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Old   January 26, 2014, 13:06
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Hi
i'm currently doing a school project on simulating 3D wind turbine using SRF
method.

I was meshing with sizing with inflation around my wind turbine blade surface.
I try to reduce my sizing "min size" in order to get more accurate geometry shape of wind turbine in mesh, but always getting the error of surface cannot be meshed...

The picture attached below show the cross sectional view of current mesh i successfully build and warning message whenever i try to reduce mesh size.

it would be a great help if you could solve my problem
thank you...
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