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Old   December 6, 2013, 13:13
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i am working on ansys fluent...i have generated a mesh of perforated plate but eacb time i check the quality of mesh the warning comes" maximum cell skewness exceeds 0.98." i have tried different minimum and maximum sizes of cell but unable to resolve the problem.....please if anyone knows the solution help me.....it would be a very great favor....please...
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This problem is due poor meshing, try the following....
check for hexahedral elements in 3D or quadrateral elements inn 2D. Also check for the refining methods.
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how am i supposed to do that?
i am using ansys fluent 12.1 and in ansys 12, meshing method can be changed and i have tried all methods one by one... i did not find anything where i can change the shape of meshing elements...
option of refining the hexahedrals is available in earlier versions of ansys but i could not find it in ansys 12.
if you can help in improving mesh quality in ansys 12, it would be so nice of you...
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Old   December 9, 2013, 09:05
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well I am using ansys 14.0 and there is lot of options available for improving the geometry.
let me know your geometry and I will try to solve it but keep in mind that it also depends much on how complex is your geometry.
You can mail it to me
me1216@pieas.edu.pk
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