A 2-different size mesh problem
I would like to use huge square mesh elmts on one side of an edge (mesh edges - spacing : 10 interval count - conduction in a solid for example) and on the other side of the edge, I got some fluid and I want to use very small tetraelmt (mesh edges - spacing : 100 interval count - convection into a fluid). So every node of the elements wont match geometrically. How Fluent VI willdo the calculation?????
Re: A 2-different size mesh problem
you ujust need to seperate the the two areas with different faces and mesh them seperately, the smaller mesh try to give more grip points and introduce a triangular mesh there. regards Samir.
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