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Himanshu Sharma June 3, 2006 14:16

Good MEsh and a bad one
 
hi all , can you pls give me some suggestion or link to a website which describes the difference b/w a good mesh and a bad one. pls help its urgent....

Himanshu Sharma June 3, 2006 15:36

Re: Good MEsh and a bad one
 
is the mesh in the following link good enought o solve for the flow

www.home.iitk.ac.in/~himan

regards Himanshu

Claud June 6, 2006 02:35

Re: Good MEsh and a bad one
 
Hi Himanshu, in GAMBIT you can check your mesh for the worst element. It should be not too close to 1 (0.6 or below should be perfect). Furthermore, the cells should be longer than wide (in flow direction). Unfortunatelly, I couldnt check your mesh. Claud

san June 6, 2006 03:24

Re: Good MEsh and a bad one
 
Hi,

select the quality check button ->

check the element type 2D/3D -> go for Range option ->

then go for skewness check.

you can easily see the mesh values for each mesh volume.

i hope this will help you.

bye san



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