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Old   November 5, 2013, 20:11
Default Features of a good mesh for RSTM model
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Hi,

I'm going to use the RSTM model in my analysis with FLUENT. I would like to know about the characteristics of a good mesh for this turbulence model? What should I keep in mind while creating the mesh for this solver?

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