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Old   March 10, 2006, 16:35
Default gambit size functions from boundary layer cap
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I have found a few Fluent/Gambit presentations online that say you can use size functions that grow based on the top layer of a boundary layer that has been applied. This option is supposed to be available in the mesh volume as a checkbox labled "Meshed S.F on B.L cap", where you then give it the growth rate and max size. (for tet/hybrid TGrid).

page 38 will show you what i mean

I cannot even get this option to show up for me. Does anyone have any ideas why? This would be a very usefull tool. I am using gambit 2.2.30.

Thanks in advance Greg
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Old   March 11, 2006, 12:04
Default Re: gambit size functions from boundary layer cap
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This feature is not available in Gambit 2.2. It will be implemented in 2.3, which was not released yet.

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