|July 15, 2012, 08:33||
Understanding check mesh output
Join Date: Jun 2012
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I am trying to create a 2D mesh around a wind turbine airfoil by following the video tutorial prepared by ANSYS. After creating the mesh, I ran check mesh to find out that there are problems in the cells located near the boundary of the farfield and the airfoil. When I try to read the mesh in Fluent 13, I am getting the following the error message:
1. How do I interpret Check mesh result?
2. How can I solve the issue?
Have attached a screenshot of the check mesh output.
Thanks for the help!
Last edited by kotimari; July 15, 2012 at 08:36. Reason: Had a look at posts pertaining to the error "no cells in case file". But, couldn't derive any help! I am a newbie-;)
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