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Old   July 11, 2011, 01:52
Default Removing cells with high skewness
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At the solver level in Fluent, how can i remove the unwanted cells for which the skewness is very high and is causing the problems in convergence. In my flow domain there are 4-5 such cells with a very high skewness values. Please guide me as to how can i remove or at least make these cells solid.
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