|May 2, 2013, 07:01||
User defined stretching law
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I' m new with cfd, and I'm making a les simulation on a channel flow. My geometry is a parallelepiped and my mesh is uniform (and with a fixed number of divisions) among spanwise and streamwise directions, while it should respect a stretching law among the direction normal to the wall (with a fixed number of divisions, too)
Do you know how can I define this law with ansys meshing or fluent (within workbench 14.0) to put the nodes of the grid exactly where they are supposed to be?
Thank you very much
Last edited by vodret22; May 3, 2013 at 05:42.
|meshing, stretching function|
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