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Old   September 5, 2007, 01:18
Default Hypermesh and Fluent
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Do anybody here use hypermsh as mesher for fluent. I use it many times and find it convenient over Gambit. ICEM is better but I do not get license sometimes.

My problem is that how to check 'fluent equi-angle skew' in hypermesh. Do anybody know Hypermesh forum like this one?

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Old   September 8, 2007, 23:29
Default Re: Hypermesh and Fluent
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I have worked with hypermesh as mesher for FLUENT, you must check the skew with F12 (if I'm sure, if this does not work properly, try with all keys namely, F11, F10, ...., etc, in some of them must appear the skew tool and the value must be between 50 and 60 to generate a good mesh.

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