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Old   September 7, 2016, 04:41
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Having obtained the maximum face size and number of elements for a meshed geometry, I went on to apply the same number of elements to an optimized geometry.

Problem is, the orthogonal quality and skewness of the optimized mesh are very bad irrespective of the values of maximum face size I utilize.

Are there advanced tools or items that can be added to the mesh to improve the orthogonal quality and skewness of the mesh within the range of the number of elements already obtained?
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Old   September 8, 2016, 00:27
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to reduce skewness and quality you have to increase number of elements in those localized places.
Not sure how you will do with same number of elements overall.
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