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Old   February 21, 2006, 09:07
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srikanth
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hi this is srikanth. Presently Iam doing a project on combustion analysis using FLUENT and GAMBIT. whenever Iam trying to mesh the 3D model Its showing few highly skewed elements.

Can somebosdy please tell me why this is happening how to remove them. because of this, Iam unable to get the mesh motion.

waiting for ur reply.

thanks.

srikanth.

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hi this is srikanth. Presently Iam doing a project on combustion analysis using FLUENT and GAMBIT. whenever Iam trying to mesh the 3D model Its showing few highly skewed elements.

Can somebosdy please tell me why this is happening how to remove them. because of this, Iam unable to get the mesh motion.

If anybody has done a project on the same could you please advice some tips for me. I will be very thankful if you can give me your email address or Phone number.

waiting for ur reply.

thanks.

srikanth.
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