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Old   July 20, 2012, 13:17
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hi.
I would like to refine my mesh with a dynamic mesh but it looks like i need a udf for that.
I have wave traveling in my tube, and i'd like the mesh to refine at the front of this wave. So i thought of refining it with the gradient of temperature, but i really don't know how to create the appropriate udf.
Does anyone can help ? Thanks
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