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Old   May 18, 2020, 03:52
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I was attempting to use Fluent to analyze an aircraft wing. I initially made my fluid domain too large and decided to scale it down but when I attempted to generate a new mesh it gets to the symmetry face and never moves past that face in the ANSYS Workbench Mesh Status. I've went over how I made the smaller domain, even starting from the original sketches to create a new one but I'm now confused what I possibly could have done. Any help would be greatly appreciated! The attached photos shows the highlighted symmetry face that seems to be the issue.

Figured out: I don't see how to delete this post so I'll just explain my silly oversight/mistake. I set up some face sizing along the leading and trailing edge for mesh refinement. At some point during me reducing the fluid domain size, I accidently also attached the plane of symmetry when assigning the face sizing. Sorry for wasting time(I wasted several hours myself) and if we can delete posts let me know how and I'll get rid of this.
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Last edited by OldStudent; May 18, 2020 at 04:15. Reason: Solved
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