# Meshing

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 May 4, 2006, 22:55 Meshing #1 Jorge Guest   Posts: n/a Sponsored Links Dear all, i am a begginer using starcd 3.22: I want to mesh a truncated cone in star 3.22, how could i do it, the bottom ratio is 148.95 mm, upper ratio:124.4 mm, height:210 mm. Thank you in advance for your help

 May 5, 2006, 02:21 Re: Meshing #2 rajesh Guest   Posts: n/a hi, examples are given in users manual...its rather easy just go through it you can use block meshing for your geometry...no need of automesh

 May 6, 2006, 00:50 Re: Meshing #3 Jorge Guest   Posts: n/a Hi: Sorry, i am beginning with Starcd, but, are there any example on the user manual about this geometry?, or what command could i use. Thanks

 January 19, 2011, 21:05 #4 New Member   Join Date: Jan 2011 Posts: 2 Rep Power: 0 Hi, I am a begginer at CFD, please help anyone with my mesh. I defined 2 radial edges in a laminar pipe (# of devisions 30) and 2 top and bottom edges of the same pipe (# of devisions 100). under mesh/statistics shows 3000 elements, where i should get 6120 by the stated problem. what did i miss? Also, i cannot plot XYplot, gives me error: no data points in range, what does it mean? thanks.

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 Originally Posted by Jorge ;171337 Dear all, i am a begginer using starcd 3.22: I want to mesh a truncated cone in star 3.22, how could i do it, the bottom ratio is 148.95 mm, upper ratio:124.4 mm, height:210 mm. Thank you in advance for your help

echo off
csys,2
vc3d,0,148.95,10,0,360,36,0,210,1
vset, all
vmerg,vset,,0.0001,,,,,,,low,delete
c
cset,all
vset, news, edge
vset subs gran ,,,,,200
vmod vset 124.4 f f
vsmo 1 1000
crefine,1,1 ,10,cset,0,0,merg,nocouple
cset,all
cplo

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