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Old   April 11, 2006, 08:36
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mike
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Guys, I need your expertise on mesh quality. I am using CFX mesh. And I want to use SST model. The manual states that I should put at least 15 nodes in the boundary layer. Is putting 10 inflated layer good idea or not? When I do that, there are too many flat elements, however increasing tets is not a solution for me at this point, since my domain is huge and it will not be feasible for me. (more than 2 million elements)(even with putting line controls, 15 node becomes very unreasonable.) Shortly, I want to ask you what you think about putting large number of inflated boundary.

Thanks alot, Mike
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