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Old   May 21, 2010, 06:40
Default Skewness factor
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hi all

i have generated a mesh and i have a skewness factor max as 0.93 for 3 elements, the question is the future simulation with this mesh can be create a problem?
Naturally for create the mesh i have used a size function and the type is: curvature. in the critical geometry i have semplified.
i don't have any idea for create a better mesh so if you have any suggestion it's well acpeted.

thank you very much!!
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Old   May 22, 2010, 18:44
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It should be fine... Run it and see. The Solver manuals are usually conservative in their estimates of how poor the mesh can be.

Are the problem elements in a critical area?

You could also ask this question in the solver forum to get their feedback.
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