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Old   June 2, 2022, 16:39
Default Poor element quality at edge of a thin plate in an airstream
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Is there a preferred method of fixing highly skewed/poor quality elements at the edge of a thin (2 mm) flat plate in a flow field?

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If Structured, You could try using O-grid in the blocking.
If Unstructured, You could reduce the minimum size or the maximum size at the edge.
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