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Old   April 22, 2007, 20:58
Default mesh adaptivity to solution
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Pardon if this topic has been discussed earlier of which I wasn't involved.

Regarding mesh/cells auto-adapting to flow solution e.g. in the sublayer as well as log-law and wake regions, could anyone list to me all the commercial softwares that have such feature? My intention is auto-optimization of the geometry or surface to meet design criteria. So, let's say when an optimization algorithm modifies a surface, how does the code "see" this and performs necessary refinement/adjustment to cells in the said regions?

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Old   May 9, 2007, 20:27
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I see many reading this but no response. Is this concern not making sense..?
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