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Fluidyn-CADGEN Geometric modeling, unstructured and mapped meshes Case Examples
Models Created on CADGEN
Model 4: Intersecting Cylinders
Model 5: Tunnel Intersection
Geometry: Tunnel Intersection Model
All four views
Model 11:Pillar Model
Model 12: Hammer
Boolean Operations in CADGEN
CUBE & CYLINDER
C OMMON BeforeAfter
TRI – elements with the refinement near the inner hole. 2D geometry with two holes
Cylindrical hole in a general Box
Geometry: Hole in Sphere
Cylinder – Cylinder Intersection
Box – Cylinder Intersection
Rod (Structure) in a Box fluid domain
Conjugate Heat Transfer Case - Mesh
Wire frame view
Hot gas flow through a pipe
Wire frame view
Meshed Intersection geometry: WireFrame View
Meshed Intersection geometry : Filled View
Meshed Intersection geometry: WireFrame View
Meshed Intersection geometry: Filled View
CHEVRON: Mapped meshing with uniform grids
Mapped meshing with refinement near the tip using Power law
Refined mesh in filled view
GEAR: Uniform meshed geometry with TRI elements Wire Frame View
GEAR: Uniform mesh [Filled view
TRI- elements in meshed complex geometry [Wire Frame view]
TRI- elements in meshed complex geometry [Filled View]
Airship- A complex geometry with TETRA elements
TRI elements: WireFrame View
TRI elements: Filled View
Hammer Head: Mesh with TRI elements
Hammer Head: Filled View
A complex meshed geometry in different views
Uniform Mesh with TRI elements: Wireframe View
Uniform Mesh with TRI elements: Fine mesh in filled View
Mesh Refinement near the edges
Conjugate Heat Transfer
Wire frame view
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