How to create O-grid, C-Grid or Y-Grid to avoid singularity on revolved object?
I am planning to use ANSYS ICEM to create a fully structured mesh for a region as shown in the image.
Imagine you have a circular cylinder, and when moving along the axial direction, a round oval object obstructed the circular conduit and causing bifurcated flows. This obstructive object is not fully blocking the outer radius and the curvatures are well mapped.
I was able to get a very good mesh using ANSYS workbench where I split the control volume into multiple segments and combine sweep mesh and tetra mesh resulting in the prismatic hybrid mesh.
I saw some videos online on how to revolve a 2D surface mesh to 3D mesh, however one biggest issue I am facing is singularity mesh at the stagnation point of the bullet.
Could someone kindly advise how I could get rid of it? I tried to create O-Grid in 2D and revolve as well as create 4 quadrants and O-grid it! Things got complicated and it doesn't seem to work well.
My idea is that I want to have prismatic layers on outer surface and inner surface of the tip so it captures the Boundary layer, and in the middle or stagnation area of the object, the cell grows such that the physics at the tip is captured.