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Old   October 24, 2019, 05:03
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In cfx pre my model dimensions are 0.100m, but after solving in cfx post model automatically scale down to 0.0001m. so I'm getting wrong resluts.
So how to scale up model in cfx post.
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Old   October 24, 2019, 05:09
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There must be some other reason causing this and I think scaling the model back is not the way to go. Something must be wrong somewhere else.
How did you figure out the dimensions have changed?
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Old   October 24, 2019, 05:17
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There is a scale bar below very geometry. From that we can find out your geometry dimensions.
Thanks for you quick response
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Could you post an image of pre and post so we can compare? Never seen anything like that before ..
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What software did you use to generate the mesh?

Have you checked the mesh statistics in CFX-Pre? Right-click on the mesh folder, select Mesh Statistics and look at the ranges for each axis
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Hello all, issue resolved.
For future reference explanation regarding issue.
Unit system of geometry , mesh and set up should be same.
For example-
If your geometry dimensions are like (0.100m)
Mesh dimensions like (1mm)
Set up dimension like (0.100m)
Then sometimes it will create problem.
Try to use same unit system for all steps.
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