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Old   April 27, 2007, 02:10
Default Calculating meshing element type
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Does anyone know how to figure out the number of elements in FLUENT? Do we just go 'Display>Grid Info'??

But that will only give the number of cells as the number of nodes. Are they the same as the number of elements?

Thanks Ken
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