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Default Meshing boundary layer in 2D pipe
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Hi everyone,

I am meshing a 2D pipe with boundary layer on the walls thank to the prism tool. Everything went well excepted that the blayer does not go up to the entrance and exit of the pipe. The quad stops and bad quality tri elements complete the missing part but that is not what I want.

Already tried to modify some parameters of the advanced prism menu like "column stop2 bu it does not work.

Do you have a idea to solve the problem ?
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