[GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD

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Smith, Mark

[GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD

Postby Smith, Mark » Wed Dec 12, 2007 11:37 am

Hi All,
I'm starting to try using GiD to generate 3D meshes for ELMER & I want
to produce a mesh with a layer of elements of uniform thickness near to
the boundaries for use in a K-E turbulence model. I have managed to hand
craft a mesh in structured elements but this takes much time & isn't
easy to regenerate if I wish to modify a dimension, are there any tips/
practical methods for automatically generating structured or
unstructured meshes for this type of problem. Is it possible to define
geometry using parametric parameters in GiD?

Thanks in advance.
Regards
Mark

Win2000 GiD7.7.7b

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[GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD

Postby abelcs » Wed Dec 12, 2007 12:24 pm

Dear Mark,

I'm Abel Coll, and I'm part of the GiD developer team.

We are developeing a Boundary Layer Mesher inside GiD, which will work in 2d
and 3d. I think it will be available in the next beta version of GiD, which
will problably be released in one or two weeks, so you will be able to
generate automatically the boundary layer mesh without the necessity of
handing with the geometry to make structured meshes.

Regards,

ABEL


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Hi All,
I'm starting to try using GiD to generate 3D meshes for ELMER & I want to
produce a mesh with a layer of elements of uniform thickness near to the
boundaries for use in a K-E turbulence model. I have managed to hand craft a
mesh in structured elements but this takes much time & isn't easy to
regenerate if I wish to modify a dimension, are there any tips/ practical
methods for automatically generating structured or unstructured meshes for
this type of problem. Is it possible to define geometry using parametric
parameters in GiD?

Thanks in advance.
Regards
Mark

Win2000 GiD7.7.7b

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[GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD

Postby Smith, Mark » Wed Dec 12, 2007 1:07 pm

Hi Abel
Thanks for the info.
I shall have to evaluate it when it becomes available, when might that be?
Regards
mark

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From: gidlist-admin at gid.cimne.upc.edu [mailto:gidlist-admin at gid.cimne.upc.edu] On Behalf Of Abel Coll
Sent: 12 December 2007 11:23
To: gidlist at gid.cimne.upc.edu
Subject: RE: [GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD

Dear Mark,

I'm Abel Coll, and I'm part of the GiD developer team.

We are developeing a Boundary Layer Mesher inside GiD, which will work in 2d and 3d. I think it will be available in the next beta version of GiD, which will problably be released in one or two weeks, so you will be able to generate automatically the boundary layer mesh without the necessity of handing with the geometry to make structured meshes.

Regards,

ABEL


-----Mensaje original-----
De: gidlist-admin at gid.cimne.upc.edu [mailto:gidlist-admin at gid.cimne.upc.edu]
En nombre de Smith, Mark
Enviado el: miércoles, 12 de diciembre de 2007 11:36
Para: gidlist at gid.cimne.upc.edu
Asunto: [GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD


Hi All,
I'm starting to try using GiD to generate 3D meshes for ELMER & I want to produce a mesh with a layer of elements of uniform thickness near to the boundaries for use in a K-E turbulence model. I have managed to hand craft a mesh in structured elements but this takes much time & isn't easy to regenerate if I wish to modify a dimension, are there any tips/ practical methods for automatically generating structured or unstructured meshes for this type of problem. Is it possible to define geometry using parametric parameters in GiD?

Thanks in advance.
Regards
Mark

Win2000 GiD7.7.7b

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[GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD

Postby abelcs » Wed Dec 12, 2007 1:26 pm

Hi Mark,

I think it will be available in less than one month.

Regards,

ABEL

-----Mensaje original-----
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En nombre de Smith, Mark
Enviado el: miércoles, 12 de diciembre de 2007 12:46
Para: gidlist at gid.cimne.upc.edu
Asunto: RE: [GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD

Hi Abel
Thanks for the info.
I shall have to evaluate it when it becomes available, when might that be?
Regards
mark

-----Original Message-----
From: gidlist-admin at gid.cimne.upc.edu
[mailto:gidlist-admin at gid.cimne.upc.edu] On Behalf Of Abel Coll
Sent: 12 December 2007 11:23
To: gidlist at gid.cimne.upc.edu
Subject: RE: [GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD

Dear Mark,

I'm Abel Coll, and I'm part of the GiD developer team.

We are developeing a Boundary Layer Mesher inside GiD, which will work in 2d
and 3d. I think it will be available in the next beta version of GiD, which
will problably be released in one or two weeks, so you will be able to
generate automatically the boundary layer mesh without the necessity of
handing with the geometry to make structured meshes.

Regards,

ABEL


-----Mensaje original-----
De: gidlist-admin at gid.cimne.upc.edu [mailto:gidlist-admin at gid.cimne.upc.edu]
En nombre de Smith, Mark
Enviado el: miércoles, 12 de diciembre de 2007 11:36
Para: gidlist at gid.cimne.upc.edu
Asunto: [GiDlist] Boundary layer elements for CFD


Hi All,
I'm starting to try using GiD to generate 3D meshes for ELMER & I want to
produce a mesh with a layer of elements of uniform thickness near to the
boundaries for use in a K-E turbulence model. I have managed to hand craft a
mesh in structured elements but this takes much time & isn't easy to
regenerate if I wish to modify a dimension, are there any tips/ practical
methods for automatically generating structured or unstructured meshes for
this type of problem. Is it possible to define geometry using parametric
parameters in GiD?

Thanks in advance.
Regards
Mark

Win2000 GiD7.7.7b

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