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Introduction | Environment | Geometry | Meshing | FE Model | ITEM | Tutorials | Appendix

CUBIT 15.2 User Documentation

Introduction - A quick overview of some of the main features and goals of the CUBIT Mesh Generation Toolkit, licensing and distribution, hardware requirements, and where to go for help.

Environment Control - A description of the CUBIT user environment, including using the graphical user interface, session control, command line syntax, journal files, graphics, entity picking, saving and restoring etc..

Geometry - A description of CUBIT's geometry features including building geometry from scratch, manipulating geometry in CUBIT, importing and exporting geometry formats, etc...

Mesh Generation - A description of CUBIT's mesh generation capabilities, including how to mesh geometry, meshing and smoothing schemes, setting sizes and intervals, importing a mesh, etc...

Finite Element Model - How to set up the finite element model for analysis, including defining boundary conditions, material properties, exporting the finite element model, etc.

Immersive Topology Environment for Meshing (ITEM) - A description of Cubit's interactive meshing wizard including how to use the wizard, and a guide to geometry clean-up, setting up the finite element model, mesh generation in ITEM, etc.

Step-By-Step Tutorials

Appendix

Credits

Quick Reference

Official CUBIT Web Page

                                     

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