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Old   October 25, 2013, 11:36
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Hi all, I'm finishing a project in Fluent for educational purposes in which they ask me to do the analysis laminar-turbulent for a convergent-divergent duct in which blood flows. For the simulations I built the mesh with Gambit, with regard to the quality of the mesh, I have good values ​​for what concerns the Equiangle and equisize skew (0.14), the aspect ratio as the value in turbulent flux (worst element) is about 50000. This value seems high, however, refers to the element that is at the worst end of the duct where the flow is fully developed, it can therefore be considered acceptable? thanks
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