Is it possible to join a tet and a Hex mesh together so they share a common interface with a 1-1 mesh connection. Is it also possible for them to have inflation layers which span across both meshes?
Tagged: 2019 R1, fluid-dynamics, fluids, General, icem-cfd, Tetra/Prism
April 13, 2023 at 7:32 amSolutionParticipant
The answer to both these questions is yes! The attached movie demonstrates how to create a hex and a tet mesh inside ANSYS ICEM. The two meshes will then be merged together to allow a conformal 1-1 mesh connection. Finally inflation will be added which spans across the two meshes
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