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Old   October 5, 2012, 04:09
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Hi,

where can i see in the ansys workbench the values for smoothness? What is the expression for this?

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Smoothness of what? A wall?
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Old   October 5, 2012, 05:46
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I mean the change in cell size of adjacent cells. It can be smmoth or large.

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What do you use for grid creation? In ICEM this is pretty simple...
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i use workbench
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Workbench is no meshing tool. Workbench is a framework, that manages all Ansys programs (such as Fluent, DesignModeler, AnsysMeshing, CFX...) and the related files.

Saying you use workbench for meshing is like saying you use Windows for writing emails.

I guess you use AnsysMeshing for creating your grids.

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You don't have to give me an answer like iam a stupid troll. So shut up and ..... Mister!!!!
So you need help, ask something in a forum and use wrong vocabulary for everything. But if someone tries to figure out what you actually mean or what your problem could be, you freak out? Good luck getting help.

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Workbench is no meshing tool. Workbench is a framework, that manages all Ansys programs (such as Fluent, DesignModeler, AnsysMeshing, CFX...) and the related files.

Saying you use workbench for meshing is like saying you use Windows for writing emails.

I guess you use AnsysMeshing for creating your grids.

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So you need help, ask something in a forum and use wrong vocabulary for everything. But if someone tries to figure out what you actually mean or what your problem could be, you freak out? Good luck getting help.

Sorry but iam not a native english speaker. And you know exactly what i want. In the first post i write that i use ansys workbench and there is ansys meching. For skewness, etc. there are values and many others but i don't know which is for smoothness.
But i think I'm not the first person you try to provoce. And so you should either help or shut up! Ok.

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I use workbench, too. But I do not use Ansys Meshing. That's why I was asking. And - no - I did not know what you ment.
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