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Old   January 10, 2014, 05:07
Default Regarding meshing of the combustor geometry
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I am working trying to mesh a geometry of a 20 degree sector of a combustor of gas turbine engine,it is having very minute parts and in order to capture every detail the overall mesh quality is getting poor,there is rapid shift of cell sizes so please help me in this respect
I am attaching the geometry of this so please help.
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