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Old   May 29, 2011, 15:03
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Hello every body;
I am trying to mesh a wavy wall cylindrical geometry with gambit for exporting it to fluent,but i encounter a problem in meshing edge and volume i d'nt anderstand what is the mean of mesh of volume contains skewed elements(equisize skew>0.97) volume contains 3458inverted elements (negative volume), with this message i can't checking this mesh in fluent ,how can i correct this error?
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once your volume is meshed, go to examine mesh.
Set the lower value to 0.97 and update.
Gambit will show you all cells with skewness over 0.97.
If they are accumulated at a same place, then there is a topoloby problem, that you should fix
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