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Old   October 5, 2011, 22:05
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I am pretty new to Fluent. I have been trying to mesh a plane that I trying to perform some CFD on and I keep getting an error message for two of the surfaces that there is problematic geometry. I have tried Patch Conforming/Sweeping, Patch Independent and Patch conforming tetrahedrons and nothing works. I always get an error. I really need to get this to work, so any helpful hints will be greatly appreciated. A screenshot of the plane and problematic geometries is attached.

Thanks for you help.
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