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Old   September 4, 2002, 10:53
Default Boundary layer for unstructured mesh
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Hunter Hsu
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Hi all ,

it could be a simple question ....

By the manual and control factor of Boundary Layer in fluent(Gambit) code , it seems that's design for structured mesh (paremeter a,b,c,d). I wounder is there significant difference by implementing B.L. in unstructured case on Fluent . Does anyone have relative experience ?

Thanks for your help .....
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