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Old   July 28, 2016, 03:56
Default [ANSYS meshing] Setup unstructured y+ boundary layer distance for 2D airfoil.
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Hi Everyone,

could someone tell me how to set first layer distance from the 2D airfoil surface?

I am doing simulation for 2D airfoil.I'm trying to do a simulation of a wing that is both plunging and pitching.

fully unstructured mesh(triangle mesh) was created inside the domain.
now,I having problem to set the boundary layer distance for the 2D airfoil in ansys meshing.

I have gone through the inflation method but it gives the structured mesh around the airfoil.what I want is unstructured mesh around the airfoil.
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