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Old   May 23, 2017, 02:39
Question Mesh quality meaning
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Hi guys,

I'm new on CFD (Fluent) and I'd like to understand the deep meaning of orthogonal quality, skewness and aspect ratio. I know that Fluent solver is based on the resolution of momentum and mass conservation at every cell center. I'm wondering what is the influence of these quality parameters on the quality of the mass or momentum balance?

I already looked on Google and this forum but didn't found that much. Would you please help me in my reasearches?

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