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Old   December 18, 2003, 03:58
Default cell heights in a 3D model
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I have a fairly complicated 3D geometry and the meshing was very complicated (involved hex+tet elements). Now I have a few hundred thousand cells, and I need to know the dimension of each cell in a particular direction (for example, height h in z direction) for another analysis. How can I get these numbers? Is there any direct or indirect way to extract the cell height information from FLUENT (or GAMBIT). Any suggestion will be highly appreciated! Thanks in advance. S.S.
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Old   January 5, 2004, 04:59
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sijal ahmed
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i think u can do it by seeing the countors of gird or by surface intergral panel. write back if it works
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