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Old   October 6, 2003, 07:35
Default Mesh unsteady run
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paolo
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Dear all,

I want to run an unstedy analysis on a profile at transonic range. I have to create a first mesh around it. I don't have any idea on how big should be the domain around the profile, the number of elements to put on the edges and the stretching functions to be used. Is there any general guideline or reference book/articles you can tell me?

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Paolo
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