Many important and complex CFD simulation workflows contain dirty, non-watertight geometries, which typically require extensive cleanup and repair before meshing. In this webinar, learn how the fault-tolerant meshing workflow in Ansys Fluent may be used to simplify and speed up meshing for dirty geometries, with no or minimal geometry preparation required.
Demonstration of the fault-tolerant meshing workflow in Fluent
Custom part definition for quick and easy domain definitions
Handling of gaps and leakages in large assemblies
Different meshing options for fluids and solids
Reduced time for meshing dirty non-watertight geometries with a single-window, task-based workflow in Fluent /li>
Workflow-created fluid regions directly from STL files or scanned data /li>
Significant reduction of manual efforts required to clean up geometry /li>
Creation of fluid regions from full assemblies for various simulations /li>
Anil Kumar Sardesai is an application engineer at Ansys, specializing in computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis applications. Supporting critical pre-processing aspects for the aerospace and defense industry, Anil provides key guidance to global technical and product development teams, and shares pre-processing best practices. He holds a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering and has served Ansys for over seven years.