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Old   December 8, 2012, 16:37
Question Problem of Meshing a orifice within a very thin pipe
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Hi there,

I'm simulating the flow in orifice meter. The diameter of the pipe is 12.5mm, and the orifice diameter is 4mm. The following figure shows the geometry of the orifice.

When I doing the mesh, I separated the body into serval small rectangular parts. However, one of the rectangular is very small. How do I mesh that one?
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