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Old   December 26, 2007, 02:41
Default Is the boundary layer suitable for dynamic mesh?
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I'm trying to analyze an case of oscilating foil with dynamic mesh. The Reynolds Number is relatively low, thus I have to apply boundary layer for more accuracy, theoretically. When the wall zone--my oscillating foil--moves, there're always occurrence of informations such as: negative mesh volume or too large mesh skewness. Is the boundary layer suitable for dynamic mesh? Or what's the best solution of mesh construction for a case like this? Thanks a lot!

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