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Old   April 14, 2018, 18:17
Default Tetra mesh appears to intersect the BL
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Hello, I am fairly new to FLUENT and my research topic involves film cooling holes for a turbine blade. Upon checking my mesh I found that some of the elements seem to protrude outside of my domain. I am uncertain if this will affect my solution and/or how to fix it. I am using the FLUENT academic license so I am restricted by the 512000 element limit (currently at 388000). I have attached an image of the problem mesh. If anyone can provide me with insight into my mesh it will be appreciated.
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