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Old   September 23, 2009, 04:48
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hello, anyone see this help.

I want to simulate the effects of a thin little baffle on the whole 3d flowfield, but I can't mesh, because the baffle is a irregular form.
it connects several flow subdomain, I tried the mesh grow from it. But by now, I can't get a satisfying grids even with the tetra mesh.
So , can you give me some advice. thanks a lot.
or else, if you met or saw some similar cases before, would you please give me some clue. thanks.
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