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Old   November 23, 2014, 12:12
Default Boundary layer using absolute height
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Hi to everyone,

My name is Javier and this is my first post. I am using Engrid 1.4 and I am having some problems generating a boundary layer using absolute height. Once I have the surface mesh I try to generate the boundary layer by checking the "use absolute height" option. However, the result still depends on the mesh size and the result is an ugly boundary layer.

I attach the complete set of enGrid files and some pictures.

Hope somebody can help.
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Old   June 18, 2015, 04:28
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Hi Javier,
I hope you have already solved your problem. If so, please could you share your solution?
I'm currently having the same problems as you and some help would be very appreciate.

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