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Hello,
I am new to ANSYS Fluent and CFD Simulation. I understand the basics of how to confirm mesh independence with parametric analysis.

I am unsure how to do this with local and global meshes. If elements of face-sizing and edge sizing are added to the overall mesh, I am wondering how it is possible to confirm mesh independence? Would you first confirm the global mesh and then implement the local mesh and perform a second parametric analysis?

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