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Old   May 3, 2013, 03:38
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Hi guys,

Ive started this thread because Im not sure about my blocking. Ive got the mesh of a blade but when I look carefully in the leading edge I dont like what I see. I know this is about blocks shapes but.. can I adjust much more to the shape of the profile with this blocks? If I use automatic linear, for example, is it good or not? Is there any way to do this much more exact?
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Old   May 3, 2013, 05:10
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Hi. As far as I understand it, the solver does not recognize "bended" cell walls. Cell walls are straight lines in 2d or planes in 3d. Thus, if you want to have a more accurate solution at strong bends, you need more points.
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Thanks Philipp. Ill do it.
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Maybe someone else here has a different oppinion ?!..
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