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Old   June 27, 2018, 00:05
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Dear all,

I am new with Ansys meshing, I've watched a lot of tutorials, etc., but I still have some questions. I need to mesh a wurster fluidized bed with a height of 1m. I already meshed it. I used CutCell method for assembly meshing, and its quality is as follow:
Min and Ave. Orthogonal Quality: 0.30633, 0.94979
Max and Ave. Skewness: 0.76499, 7.8271e-002
Min and Ave. Element Quality: 0.4008, 0.95522

But the node numbers are a lot (70504). By reducing the node numbers, the quality is also decreasing.
My questions:
Is it a suitable mesh? If not, how can I improve my mesh? OR any other tips for my work?

I really appreciate your kind helps.
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