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Old   August 6, 2004, 05:26
Default mesh, left-handed zones
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I imported model from Gridgen to fluent, grid check shows that there are some left-handed cells, I've remeshed this model, but unsuccesfully.

Is it possible to show in fluent which cells are left-handed ?

How to cope with this problem ?

thank you for any help.

regards, A
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Old   August 9, 2004, 03:33
Default i need help friends
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hai friends, i'm a final year mechanical engg student, i'm interested in the field of CFD and wishing to do project in FLUENT/GAMBIT. can u help me? i need some materials/guidelines from u abt the basics of CFD, mesh generation, discretization, etc, thank u very much, u pls send any materials regarding CFD/FLUENT to my mail id.
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