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Ansys Fluent – Polyhedral Mesh

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For computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations to limit, or potentially replace, physical prototyping and testing, fidelity and accuracy are critical. In the past, high-fidelity, high-accuracy results came with a price. Complex geometries required hours of manual effort for model cleanup and mesh preparation. Failing to execute these steps often skewed the results in undetectable ways.

With Ansys CFD, you’ll never compromise on results. Building on a legacy of innovative meshing tools, including Ansys Meshing, Ansys ICEM CFD, GAMBIT, Ansys TGrid, Ansys Fluent meshing and Ansys TurboGrid, our newly introduced capabilities reduce hands-on time and speed time-to-results, without compromising mesh quality or solution accuracy.

In this tutorial you will learn to create a polyhedral mesh using Ansys Fluent. You can create another geometry and use the same steps.

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Free surface is the surface of a fluid that is subject to...

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