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Old   November 22, 2012, 08:57
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Hi, i have to improve the quality of my mesh.I tried splitting the edges where there are the worst skewness value, then i tried setting new values for the element size but nothing.
I'm using the ANSYS Workbench Mesher.
Any suggetions?
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some images would help to identify the problem area.
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I'm studying (trying to study) a internal fluidodynamic problem.It's an intake system of a race car. The mesh i generated give some(too much) problems in particular nearby to throttle body, as you can see.
You can appreciate the max valua of skewness...
How can i fix it?
Thank you so much for all the hints you're gonna give me
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