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Old   May 31, 2015, 03:07
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Dear All

I have a geometry which has a tiny inlet. The diameter of inlet is just 1 mm. When I do meshing it show a rectangular there. I want to setup meshing for the tiny hole separately not for whole body. Sadly inlet is part of the geometry.

In second case I have another tiny hole of 1 mm inlet but this time geometry is independent.

Geometry for multiple fluid.

I cant put a fine meshing on whole geometry else cells become too many and after few hours of meshing system crashes.

Any one with a suggestion. ( I cant slice geometry as it is not symmetrical)

Thanks for reading this. Any help will he highly appreciated.

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Old   May 31, 2015, 19:41
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Hi Shane,

Good day!

Can I suggest you to attach your geometry here showing your inlet and the error you are getting?

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