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Old   November 3, 2015, 18:09
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Hello fellow CFDians,

I am trying to simulate flow over a plate in 3d. For this I have a geometry of 100*100*15 dimensions. The liquid jet impinges on the base and flows side ways to leave the domain.There is turbulence involved, hence boundary layer mesh is required. I am meshing using ICEM CFD. For this problem I can
1) mesh using all Hexagonal elements or
2) mesh using hexa core, prism mesh in boundary layer and
triangular surface mesh.

Which mesh is better to use??
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hexa mesh, hybrid mesh, icem

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