November 8, 2020 at 3:38 pmAnsysstudent5361Subscriber
I'm looking at wind loading on rooftop located solar panel. I wanted to ask if my geometry was correct for the modelling. This looks like what I want but functionally is there anything I should do? Should I separate the solar panel and building as two solids? What are some best practices for geometry creation so I can mesh this easily and get accurate results? I have not created my fluid domain yet but its just an enclosure with domain dimensions taken from literature. I'm asking this because my previous model was a real pain to mesh and did not mesh properly so I started from scratch again. Can someone guide me on meshing this? This is a single solid.November 9, 2020 at 9:45 amViewing 1 reply thread
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