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Old   February 8, 2008, 09:08
Default Identifying degenerated edge
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Felix
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Hello friends,

Could anyone tell me how to find a degenerated edge in ICEM ?

My blocking looks fine but when recomputing the pre-mesh I get the following message "degenerate edge 669 to 219". Where is that ?

I need to correct the problem because the unstructured mesh has negative volume elements (I suppose the two problems are related) and, then, CFX crashes.

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Felix
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Old   February 8, 2008, 12:30
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Rajesh
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if you are sure that there is no problem with the edge parameter

then try opening the ICEM file once again seperatly the tin and block files, convert to uns file

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