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Old   May 18, 2020, 08:22
Default How to know what is element size in fluent 19.1
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I have a 2-d rectangular geometry of length 7.5 mm and width 0.25 mm.

In meshing I made 1000 divisions ( edge sizing) of length and 40 division of width.
Now how do I determine my element size.
In literature I have frequently encountered a mesh of element size 5 micron.

How can I determine such size.

Is there anything in mesh metrics itself??
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