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2010 08 04 How to Create Mesh Using ICEM CFD

2010 08 04 How to Create Mesh Using ICEM CFD

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Show you the step-by-step procedure in creating mesh using Ansys ICEM CFD
Show you the step-by-step procedure in creating mesh using Ansys ICEM CFD

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How to create mesh using ICEM CFD
By: Zamri Abdullah (zamriabdl@yahoo.com)1.
 
In the Design Modeler, click on the ‘Project’ tab. Go to the ‘Proceed Advanced Meshing’2.
 
Then a new window will appear for the ICEM CFD3.
 
Look at the top left window; make sure you click the curves and surfaces boxes. And seethe effect on the geometry in the main window
 4.
 
Now you need to name your ‘inlet’ ‘outlet’ and ‘wall’ of the geometry. To do this, rightclick the ‘Parts’ box in the left window, and a sub menu will pop up.
 
 5.
 
Click on the ‘Create Part’ and a window on the bottom left will appear. Type any nameon the ‘Part’ box. E.g. IN..6.
 
Then click the ‘yellow arrow’ button. Then a menu will pop up like this. Make sure youclick the buttons in the red box below.
 
7.
 
Then select the part indicated ‘IN’ in your geometry which includes all curves andsurfaces for that part. Left click to select, middle click to finish.
 Left click to select Right click to confirm. Then the selected part will change in colour.8.
 
Do the same thing to all parts – OUT and WALL.9.
 
Then you can check whether your selected part that has been names is correct or not byunchecking the boxes in the top left window for the ‘IN’, ‘OUT’ and ‘WALL’. If there issome part of the geometry still exist when you check the ‘SOLID_1_1’ box (it may bedifferent name if you use other machines), then you might want to redo the step above.Once completed, make sure when you uncheck all boxes except for ‘SOLID_1_1’, there isnothing left in the main window that shows the geometry (in other words, the windowshould be empty).

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