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Old   July 8, 2010, 04:33
Question Quads or Tris for 2D unstructured meshing?
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I would like to hear comments or recommendations about using quads or triangles when meshing a 2D case. I am modeling species mixture in a free jet case

which one has better performance?
accuracy?
convergence behavior?

Thanks for you comments

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