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Old   May 28, 2013, 10:39
Default high gradients introduced by symmetry condition?
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I define my geometry as STL files usually symmetric around the XY plane. For internal flows I noticed high gradients at inlets that seem to originate from the edge of the inlet and the symmetry plane. Is there a way to ensure mesh quality at this particular location?
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