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Old   November 3, 2004, 04:48
Default wall layer distance in ICEM HEXA
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Hi all,

could someone tell me how a cell layer is created in ICEM Hexa so that the distance of the outer layer is always equal in the whole model? I have a extremly bended tube and the cells in the bend have always a larger distance to wall although I have tried the following: Edge parms Num Points 7 Meshing law BiGeometric Spacing 1 0.8

Copy to parallel edges all Copy absolute

In refenrece to the help manual, these settings should generate a cell layer with same distance.

But it doesen't work

Some ideas?
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