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Old   October 27, 2011, 18:59
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Hello

I'm modelling a pulstating jet using LES in FLUENT.

I have heard that to get the best results in a LES simulation, a meshing concept, that Workbench does not offer, should used.

I also hear that this meshing concept is available when using GAMBIT......

Is there any truth to this, or would a mesh using Workbench be surfice?

Also, does anyone have any clue on this 'special meshing technique?'

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what do you mean by meshing concept? I see the similar meshing types in all meshing softwares!!!
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what do you mean by meshing concept? I see the similar meshing types in all meshing softwares!!!
That is what I am a little unsure about. Ive heard that for LES, GAMBIT is a better software for meshing. I'm not sure how or why that is what I'm trying to figure out

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