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Old   October 28, 2009, 11:06
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i have meshed a cylinder and the quality is bad, so if i want a better quality i will use size function. the problem is that i know idea of which i can use, do you help me?
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post a picture a your bad quality mesh.
did you take a look at gambit tutorials?
This is the first thing to do, when we don't have any idea on a feature
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Yes, i have saw the modelling guides.
now the problem is another, i have genereted a size function and the type is fixed. i can see by the command of visualize size function. the problem is that the number of mesh not change. i suppose that the command is not applied.
what do you think?
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If the number of cells doesn t change, it means that the sze function is ignored or not well defined.
If you try to modify SF, do you see the one you defined?
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hi

The curved size function has to be used for curved surfaces, select the appropriate angle for good mesh.
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