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Old   May 5, 2021, 07:20
Question Modifies geometry while opening mesh window
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I have designed airfoil blades in solidworks and imported into Design Modeler. I noticed Trailing edge curve is not perfect and so I changed the facet value to the maximum. In design modeler the airfoil curve looks fine (first figure) with length 0.082326 m. But after opening the meshing window, the same airfoil curve at Trailing edge gets modified(blue dashed line) somehow as shown in the second figure. The length also got changed to 0.082324 m. Due to this I am unable to apply edge sizing and inflation properly. Please suggest me a solution.

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In fluent meshing

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