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Old   January 10, 2003, 15:13
Default A 2-different size mesh problem
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I would like to use huge square mesh elmts on one side of an edge (mesh edges - spacing : 10 interval count - conduction in a solid for example) and on the other side of the edge, I got some fluid and I want to use very small tetraelmt (mesh edges - spacing : 100 interval count - convection into a fluid). So every node of the elements wont match geometrically. How Fluent VI willdo the calculation?????
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Old   January 10, 2003, 17:13
Default Re: A 2-different size mesh problem
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Hey Luc,

you ujust need to seperate the the two areas with different faces and mesh them seperately, the smaller mesh try to give more grip points and introduce a triangular mesh there. regards Samir.
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