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Forum: ANSYS Meshing & Geometry October 23, 2009, 08:47
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Posted By PSYMN
Sure.

Yea sure, send it privately... I will take a quick look and keep it between us. Please try to be clear what you need to see.
Forum: ANSYS Meshing & Geometry October 21, 2009, 12:47
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Posted By PSYMN
Wink Look up to where you help comes from...

Look up to what I posted on Oct 14th...

But I would say that I rarely use the 2D Prism because the 3D stuff works better...

You could turn your 2D into 3D with a simple extrusion, work that and...
Forum: ANSYS Meshing & Geometry October 14, 2009, 11:57
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Posted By PSYMN
Smoothing...

One more thought...

You could also use laplace smoothing to reduce the jump in mesh size...

I didn't do anything to freeze the prism layers, but you could freeze by type or part...

See the...
Forum: ANSYS Meshing & Geometry October 14, 2009, 11:54
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Posted By PSYMN
Blayer2D

Look under the Mesh tab => Global Mesh parameters => Gobal Prism Parameters. At the bottom of the DEZ is a button that says “Advanced Prism Meshing Parameters”… Push the button and a pop up will...
Forum: ANSYS Meshing & Geometry October 12, 2009, 09:25
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Posted By PSYMN
Of course...

Yes, certainly it can be done in ICEM CFD... Or should I say the dreaded :eek: ICEM CFD?

If you have 12.0 or sooner, you can use 2D patch conforming (dependent) meshing with your Tetra/Prism...
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