Introduction (multizone meshing)
In this section, you will learn about multizone meshing. You can also download training files and the geometry file from the links below. Grid generation is the sub-division of the domain into a number of smaller, non-overlapping sub-domains. The result of this division is a grid (or mesh) of cells. Mesh generation is also one of the most important parts of every CFD simulation. Therefore, we should designate enough time and carefully mesh the geometry. Then, you are able to generate high-quality mesh only if you understand the physics of the system and fluid flow.
Multizone meshing investigation
In this tutorial, we also investigate the following cases:
- Comparing Sweep and MultiZone
- Comparing Thin Sweep and MultiZone
- Example for Sweep, Thin Sweep, and Multizone Methods
- Approach for the MultiZone Method
- MultiZone Method Settings
- Mapped Mesh Type
- Free Mesh Type
- Source Selection
- Inflation and MultiZone
- MultiZone Meshing for a Block Geometry with Pipes
- MultiZone Meshing for a Tank Geometry with Piping
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