Gridgen Layer Problem
I have the following geometry
I am using Gridgen V 15.10, below is the Unstructured mesh…
I know that it can be structured mesh but my requirement is unstructured (the above grid is not my case and I am only using the above to explain the problem)
After running the unstructured solver for the above I get
The layers at the top and bottom surface converge (as shown in the above figure)
Now I have tried different techniques
By changing Collusion buffer aniso-iso blend values
Redistributing connectors making them close to the edge
Forming layers in the top and bottom domain
But got no success
Kindly help me in this matter
Make layers in domains to
You just need to run the T-Rex (anisotropic) solver on the top and bottom domains with the same spacing and growth that you will use in the block.
In the existing grid, there is an inconsistency in the grid spacing on the boundary domains and the volume grid. Try running the DLR-F6 tutorial in Gridgen to see how this works. In that example, the symmetry domain is run with anisotropic layers to match the volume grid, just as you want to do here.
If you need help, let me know.
I have tried this option but it gives the same result ....
may be i am doing something wrong
but can you please elaborate about the "grid spacing on the boundary domain and volume grid"
i have run the solver on the top and bottom domains with same spacing n GR as for the block but still getting same results
kindly tell where i am wrong
Use symmetry on domains on side of growth layers
Sorry, I gave an incomplete answer before. There are two main considerations.
First, the domains (surface grids) at the top and bottom of your picture need to have anisotropic triangles on them, so they are compatible with the anisotropic tetrahedra growing in the volume. You can do this in the Domain, Solver, Unstructured menu by setting the anisotropic layers, initial step size, and growth rate to be the same as you are using in the volume.
Second, in the Block, Solver, Unstructured menu set the top and bottom domains to a Symmetry boundary condition. That will let Gridgen know to have the adjacent tetrahedral layers grow along them and include their points in the anisotropic layers.
Gridgen's DLR-F6 tutorial has a good explanation of this set-up, so you might want to take a look at it.
I hope I am understanding your problem correctly. If this does not help, let me know and we will try something else.
Thankx Alot the symmetry boundary cond works perfect :)
|All times are GMT -4. The time now is 17:11.|