Glider with a surface mesh made of triangles, and the volume mesh made up of tetrahedral cells with prisms in the boundary layer formed using the T-Rex method. The T-Rex max number of layers was 20 in the inflation region with a growth rate of 1.2 between successive layers. The exported mesh has been tested with OpenFOAM-v2006 simpleFoam, and converges well, however, only tested at lower speeds. The provided mesh was exported from the Pointwise case file included with the download. If you want to modify or re-export the mesh, you will need a licenced version of Pointwise.
Cell types: Tetrahedra, Pyramids, Prisms, Hexahedra
Cell count: Total – 1,895,860
- Tetrahedra – 1,108,081,
- Pyramids – 81,362,
- Prisms – 592,006,
- Hexahedra – 114,411
Mesh quality metrics:
- Average non-orthogonality (degrees): 19.5
- Maximum skewness: 3.2
Patch names: bottom, frontBackSides, inlet, outlet, top, wall
19th August 2020
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