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Old   July 21, 2011, 04:17
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Hello,

I have faced a problem that I don't know to solve. On the project I am working on, we will try to mesh geometry with the new cut-cell feature. Although a geometry is relatively simple, there are few sharp corners that should be resolved fine, since the flow is supersonic.
In the CutCellMeshing Tree, there is an option Feature Capture and I set it to Feature Angle (0 deg). The edge is resolved well, but there is a problem at the and of that edge, since feature curves are not captured well (see screenshot) and the mesh elements are skewed. I can understand that this could be a critical part, but I would like to know if there is any possibility to enforce ansys to capture those parts of the edges?
Any ideas are welcome!

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Bruno
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