Stable Mesh

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danielc358 posted this 27 August 2018

Hi good night!!!!

I was in need of a bibiliography that teaches how to get a stable mesh with Ansys, does anyone know of a book that teaches you to get stable meshes with Ansys?

Regards,

Daniel

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peteroznewman posted this 28 August 2018

Hi Daniel,

What do you mean by a "stable mesh"?

Regards,

Peter

danielc358 posted this 28 August 2018

Hi Peter, good evening !!!!

I wanted a bibiliografica reference or a tutorial that taught the steps to obtain a good mesh.

Regards,

Daniel

rwoolhou posted this 28 August 2018

Which solver are you wanting to use? The mesh requirements for Mechanical are very different to Fluent, and different again to the Explicit or Maxwell. 

danielc358 posted this 28 August 2018

Hi Rwoolhou, good morning !!!!

The simulations will be done in both Mechanical and Fluent

Is there any tutorial that teaches you how to get a good mesh?

Regards,

Daniel

rwoolhou posted this 28 August 2018

OK, thanks for clarifying. 

First off, the mesh requirements differ between the codes so you shouldn't use a Mech mesh for CFD and vice versa.  There are tutorials covering meshing (and requirements) but I'm not sure what is available in the public domain: the ones I know of are on the ANSYS Customer Portal and Learning Hub and aren't accessible to students. 

Having said that, put "ansys meshing tutorial" without the " into YouTube and you'll see several available.  I also recommend sketching out the geometry before you start are you want to cluster mesh in regions of high gradient in both CFD & Mechanical: when you start out that will require some thinking! Check the Cornell MOOC too  https://www.edx.org/course/a-hands-on-introduction-to-engineering-simulations

 

abenhadj posted this 28 August 2018

Just to add to the comments of Mr. rwoolhou please have a look into:

https://www.nafems.org/join/resources/cfd_guidance/

https://www.nafems.org/join/resources/knowledgebase/001/

https://www.ercoftac.org/publications/ercoftac_best_practice_guidelines/

 

Best regards,

Amine

kkanade posted this 31 August 2018

Just one more link for how to videos. 

https://www.youtube.com/user/ANSYSHowToVideos/videos

Regards,

Keyur

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