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Old   June 21, 2006, 09:02
Default adapting mesh in FLUENT
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Madhukar Rapka
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Hi all

while running the FLUENT simluation i got a warning: "Turbulent Viscosity is limited to Viscosity ratio 1.0e+05 in 3 cells". Is there a possibility to identify these cells and adapt the mesh for these cells. I have been searching for this issue in the USER'S guide, but i didn't find a relevant information. Please let me know your ideas and advices

thanks in advance
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Old   June 22, 2006, 15:59
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Peter
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Go to Adapt --> Iso-Value --> Turbulence (from the drop-down menu) --> turb. viscosiy

There you can compute the min- and max-values and select a range. All cells satisfying this condition will be selected.
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