|November 21, 2012, 12:46||
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I am new to using Ansys, the trouble I am facing is not CFD specific but more general. While going through reference manual I read that mesh is usually considered unacceptable if the skewness is more than 0.95.
I am trying to see stress distribution on a C channel frame for a specific load, when I generate a mesh, I have a dense mesh with more than 42000 elements but skewness is 0.99.
I want to know how should one approach the problem to achieve a better mesh, or what parameters define the mesh to be acceptable or not.
|November 26, 2012, 12:28||
Ghazlani M. Ali
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Here is some indidaction:
New to ICEM CFD, try this document --> http://goo.gl/G2gkE
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