Cubit 15.8 User Documentation
The following activity demonstrates the basics of using CUBIT to generate and mesh a geometry. By following these steps, you will become familiar with the basics of the command-line and GUI interfaces without stopping for detailed explanations. All the commands introduced in this tutorial are documented in subsequent chapters on this manual.
Here are a few tips for the examples in the tutorial:
cubit> <Your commands go here>
If you do not have the Graphical User Interface (GUI) version of CUBIT, follow the steps in the right column below, otherwise, proceed through the steps on the left:
|Step 1||Step 1||Beginning Execution|
|Step 2||Step 2||Creating the Brick|
|Step 3||Step 3||Creating the Cylinder|
|Step 4||Step 4||Adjusting the Graphics Display|
|Step 5||Step 5||Forming the Hole|
|Step 6||Step 6||Setting Interval Sizes|
|Step 7||Step 7||Surface Meshing|
|Step 8||Step 8||Volume Meshing|
|Step 9||Step 9||Inspecting the Model|
|Step 10||Step 10||Defining Boundary Conditions|
|Step 11||Step 11||Exporting the Mesh|
ITEM Tutorial - A tutorial on the new ITEM wizard.
Power Tools GUI Tutorial - A tutorial on geometry decomposition and cleanup using the Power Tools on the new CUBIT GUI.
Decomposition Tutorial - A series of webcutting hints and suggestions for creating sweepable volumes on various models.
Geometry Cleanup Process Flow - A flowchart on geometry cleanup and defeaturing.