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Old   March 13, 2017, 09:58
Default Meshing a flat plate with cooling holes with a plenum using Centaur as a Meshing tool
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Hi, i want to mesh a unstructed mesh with hybrid tets and prism at the boundary layer. But i canīt get a real good mesh. I donīt know how to change the input to get good results for fluent. Centaur gives me an AR from about 30. When i check the quality in Fluent, the Ar is around 1000 and my ortho quality is 0. Does anyone have experience with this?
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