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Hello everyone..I am a beginner in C.F.D and I am working on a simple geometry of a heat exchanger. I use workbench 16.
While meshing, I use default meshing.
I get orthogonal skewness as 0.99. Even after repairing the mesh, the best skewness I get is 0.84. Both seem to be poor.
Please suggest me some methods to improve the mesh quality.
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