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Old   June 2, 2018, 21:49
Default Is max skewness different from max ortho skew???
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Hi all,

Is there any difference between max skewness and max ortho skew?? I got max skewness of about 0.87 in ANSYS meshing as shown in fig 211, but after opening it in the setup and under report quality I'm getting max ortho skew 0.93 as shown in fig 214.

The min orthogonal quality reported in meshing got matched with min orthogonal quality reported in setup.

There is again a difference between the Aspect ratio reported in both meshing and setup as shown in below attachments.

Please, someone, help me why I got this difference???

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