From CAD-to-Mesh with Fluent Meshing: Part 2
Fluent Meshing has been going through some quite dramatic usability improvements during the last 2-3 years and as we continue to move in this direction, we also add and improve core capabilities. In these videos below we take you to a journey from extracting a few parts from a CAD assembly model to the volume meshing steps, all with tree and graphics driven operations within Fluent Meshing. Normally, Fluent Meshing’s powerful wrapping technology is used to extract flow- volumes. But in this second video we show you how to use it to combine many solid parts of the same material into a single part. We also illustrate how you can interactively close gaps and connect wrapped and already CFD surface mesh parts, resulting in a fully connected non-manifold surface mesh ready for conjugate heat transfer volume meshing. We also show how easy it is to cap inlets and outlets and assign boundary types for the solver.