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Mr. Mattia Brenner

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  1. Hi Furkan, at the computation object, there is an option to set a list of constraints. If one of these constraints is violated, the computation will not be executed for that design. Cheers, Mattia
  2. Hi George, unfortunately, I am not able to help with the 1 open edge that is shown in the info. But I have two tips which might help in solving your issues: Is there a specific reason you want to use a trimesh to transfer the geometry to STAR-CCM+? You can also export BRep geometry directly, see the export menu "STEP (STAR-CCM+)". Using a STEP file works very well, as far as I know, and you can also use coloring for boundary identification, just as with an STL export. You say your trimesh is created from a BRep, in which case you can adjust the tessellation settings at the BRep, see the attached picture. Cheers, Mattia
  3. Hi Yukai, "Source Objects" is a list. Therefore, the individual list items should be separated by "," rather than "+". Cheers, Mattia
  4. Hi Clara, you are right. Unfortunately, the documentation hasn't been updated for the latest version. Now, you will find the (FSC) script export here: The command to export individual objects as STL is <objectName>.exportSTL(FString fileName), so, e.g., |05_export|flowDomain.exportSTL("impellerFlowDomain.stl") for the impeller sample file. Cheers, Mattia
  5. Hi Clara, you can find information about how to set up a script file for controlling CAESES in batch mode in the corresponding section in our documentation: Let us know if you have additional questions. Cheers, Mattia
  6. --------------- Ship Hulls & Appendages ---------------- This is a META-thread, which helps you to keep track of all posts relevant to Ship Hulls & Appendages. - The first post should contain links to all relevant threads. It is re-edited regularly. - I try to keep this META up to date. However, I don't always catch everything, so please post links to any threads you think should be here. I will add them to the existing ones in the first post and periodically clean all other post from this thread. Thanks, Mattia --------------------------------------------------------------------- Modeling of a wake equalizing duct Modeling of a SWATH Simple modeling of a generic ship bow Modeling of a motorboat Modeling of a Wigley hull Modeling of a rudder bulb Creating a basic shell expansion drawing
  7. ---------------------- Propellers ------------------------------ This is a META-thread, which helps you to keep track of all posts relevant to Propellers. - The first post should contain links to all relevant threads. It is re-edited regularly. - I try to keep this META up to date. However, I don't always catch everything, so please post links to any threads you think should be here. I will add them to the existing ones in the first post and periodically clean all other post from this thread. Thanks, Mattia --------------------------------------------------------------------- Exporting STL files of a propeller Watertight propeller model with shaft and boss cap fins Creating and exchanging 2D profile definitions in propeller blades models Creating propeller drawings Propeller design according to Wageningen B-Series Changing rotational direction Closing the propeller blade tip Comparison of 2D sections Surface piercing propellers (e.g. racing propellers)
  8. ----------- Chemical & Process Industry --------------- This is a META-thread, which helps you to keep track of all posts relevant to Chemical & Process Industry. - The first post should contain links to all relevant threads. It is re-edited regularly. - I try to keep this META up to date. However, I don't always catch everything, so please post links to any threads you think should be here. I will add them to the existing ones in the first post and periodically clean all other post from this thread. Thanks, Mattia --------------------------------------------------------------------- Modeling of a top-entry mixer for highly viscous and sensitive fluids Modeling of a heat exchanger Modeling of a central mixer with asymmetric blade shape Parametric modeling of a mixing section for plastic injection molding Modeling of a helical impeller
  9. ---------------------- Aerospace ------------------------------ This is a META-thread, which helps you to keep track of all posts relevant to Aerospace. - The first post should contain links to all relevant threads. It is re-edited regularly. - I try to keep this META up to date. However, I don't always catch everything, so please post links to any threads you think should be here. I will add them to the existing ones in the first post and periodically clean all other post from this thread. Thanks, Mattia --------------------------------------------------------------------- Modeling of a highly parametrized airplane wing with winglet Modeling of an airplane wing with winglet Modeling of a space shuttle wing with internal structure
  10. ---------------------- Turbomachinery ---------------------- This is a META-thread, which helps you to keep track of all posts relevant to Turbomachinery. - The first post should contain links to all relevant threads. It is re-edited regularly. - I try to keep this META up to date. However, I don't always catch everything, so please post links to any threads you think should be here. I will add them to the existing ones in the first post and periodically clean all other post from this thread. Thanks, Mattia --------------------------------------------------------------------- Modeling and blade design for a centrifugal impeller Modeling of a radial fan Modeling of axial compressor blades using the stream section Modeling of a helical impeller
  11. ---------------------- Automotive ---------------------------- This is a META-thread, which helps you to keep track of all posts relevant to Automotive. - The first post should contain links to all relevant threads. It is re-edited regularly. - I try to keep this META up to date. However, I don't always catch everything, so please post links to any threads you think should be here. I will add them to the existing ones in the first post and periodically clean all other post from this thread. Thanks, Mattia --------------------------------------------------------------------- Modeling of a centrifugal impeller for e.g. a turbocharger Modeling of an F1 rear wing Modeling of an intake port Parameterization of a multi-element airfoil for a Formula SAE electric car
  12. ---------------------- Wind Energy --------------------------- This is a META-thread, which helps you to keep track of all posts relevant to Wind Energy. - The first post should contain links to all relevant threads. It is re-edited regularly. - I try to keep this META up to date. However, I don't always catch everything, so please post links to any threads you think should be here. I will add them to the existing ones in the first post and periodically clean all other post from this thread. Thanks, Mattia --------------------------------------------------------------------- Modeling of horizontal axis wind turbine Modeling of a vertical axis wind turbine (Darrieus rotor) Modeling of a vertical axis wind turbine (Savonius rotor) Modeling of a combined Darrieus-Savonius vertical axis wind turbine
  13. The easiest way to flip the normal of a given surface is by reversing one of the surface directions u or v. In a NURBS/B-Spline surface this can be done with the command .reverse(1,0) or .reverse(0,1). In a Metasurface you can reverse start and end position or you create an image surface and in the u or v domain you enter [1,0] instead of [0,1].
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