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Hi there,

I'm a relatively new to CFD and ICEM, so apologies for the vague terms used to describe my problem.
Normally when I create a mesh in ICEM and load it into CFX-pre, it looks something like this (mesh_normal.png)

I had to make some changes to my geometry and re-mesh, but now when I load the mesh to CFX-pre it looks like the elements have grown outside the domain (mesh_ugly.png).

As far as I can tell, the settings I used to make the mesh are the same.
If anyone has a suggestion for some things I could try to resolve this, I would greatly appreciate the help

Thanks!
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