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Old   November 21, 2007, 02:39
Default Tri Tolerance in ICEM Hexa
Mohammad Faridul Alam
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can anybody tell me what is tri tolerance in ICEM HEXA?
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Old   November 21, 2007, 11:55
Default Re: Tri Tolerance in ICEM Hexa
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Tri Tolerance is a measure of how well the geometry (tetin file) is tessellated when read into the Mesh Editor. Typically the default value is good enough. However, if you're using very fine near-wall spacing, sometimes you need to reduce this. Change the value, then save and re-load the tetin file to make the change in active memory. This takes more memory to represent the geometry, but it will be truer to the actual shape.
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