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Default Quality of mesh of cyclone
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i am sending you the quality report. is it ok for analysis in FLUENT?

Min = -0.183558, max = 1, mean = 0.926004745677
498559 elements with the "Quality" diagnostic
Histogram of Quality values
0.95 -> 1.0 : 209980 (42.117%)
0.9 -> 0.95 : 173359 (34.772%)
0.85 -> 0.9 : 63403 (12.717%)
0.8 -> 0.85 : 29634 (5.944%)
0.75 -> 0.8 : 13409 (2.690%)
0.7 -> 0.75 : 5631 (1.129%)
0.65 -> 0.7 : 1231 (0.247%)
0.6 -> 0.65 : 640 (0.128%)
0.55 -> 0.6 : 215 (0.043%)
0.5 -> 0.55 : 121 (0.024%)
0.45 -> 0.5 : 66 (0.013%)
0.4 -> 0.45 : 129 (0.026%)
0.35 -> 0.4 : 126 (0.025%)
0.3 -> 0.35 : 191 (0.038%)
0.25 -> 0.3 : 207 (0.042%)
0.2 -> 0.25 : 212 (0.043%)
0.15 -> 0.2 : 2 (0.000%)
0.1 -> 0.15 : 0 (0.000%)
0.05 -> 0.1 : 1 (0.000%)
0.0 -> 0.05 : 2 (0.000%)

the low quality is at tangential inlet of cyclone.
please help.
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