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Default Skweness in a Mesh for Cfx-solver
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hello, im working in a combustion simulation with ansys 12, and im using for the mesh generation, the Meshing (ansys AI*environment) with patch conforming method.

i was reading the tutorial pdf for meshing, and they said, that the skweness(average) for fluent must be low of 0,25 and low standad deviation.

my question its, this arguments are the same for an optimal work with ANSYS-CFX 12?

in my mesh i has:

standar deviation=,12

thanksvery much
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