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Old   November 16, 2022, 11:41
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hi guys
how should i get wss for mesh study?
on a point/surface or line?
this plot is wss in a specific time (for example 0.08seconds)
i get different wss quantities.
as you may know for this mesh study I'm using inflation layers i think the reason why it doesn't lead to a good mesh independence result and wss is increasing is layer length how can i create an equal inflation layer length for every mesh?

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fluent, stenosis, transient, wall shear stress

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