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Old   May 11, 2021, 09:13
Question Bad orthogonal quality in ICEM
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Hello everyone. I am new in this forum and also a beginner in CFD.

I am using ICEM to create a mesh, but I am having trouble with the orthogonal quality in some parts of my mesh. I want the orthogonal quality to be higher than 0.15, but it is close to 0 in the regions you can see in the attached pictures.

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Could anyone please help me?
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Old   May 16, 2021, 17:57
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Hello,

Can you include a photo of your blocking?
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