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Old   January 9, 2015, 11:17
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Hi guys,
I'm new in this forum and I hope that someone may help me with this problem.

I'm dealing with an axialsymmetric geometry which consist in a cavity between to concentric cylinders.

By taking advantage of the symmetry the geometry results in a L-shaped slice.

I'd like to have a hexaedrical mesh with a prismatic layer for the boundaries.

I tried to use the inflation option but I have still a problem on the internal corner of the L.

How can I solve it?

Thanks a lot!
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