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Old   November 10, 2015, 12:08
Default Need advice about meshhing grooved channel
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The geometry which is given in below is a flow problem in heated channel. Upper wall is heated. Bottom edge is not symmetry line it is wall. I need advice about meshing this geometry.



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The geometry which is given in below is a flow problem in heated channel. Upper wall is heated. Bottom edge is not symmetry line it is wall. I need advice about meshing this geometry.



Here is my trial

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