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Old   March 3, 2011, 15:43
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Hi -
I'm trying to do a rather simple axis symmetric operation of flow inside of a tube. Is there a way I could scale the mesh radius, while leaving length the same, inside of fluent? So I don't have to externally modify the mesh.

For example, my radius would be 1cm and I want to solve the same case for a mesh of r=.75cm, r=1.25cm, r=1.5, r=1.3333 etc, but I don't want to make a bunch of meshes.
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Old   March 3, 2011, 15:56
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Hi, scale the mesh in one direction. (grid->scale, X=1, Y=scale factor ,Z=1)!
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