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Old   July 2, 2020, 14:49
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I am doing exhaust port simulation which has 4 inlets and 1 outlet , for finding Y+ value, what should I take the length in y+ formula ?Image is attached
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Hello Dhanik,

You can find your Y+ value by looking at your results from CFD-Post.

Also, in the future it would be advisable to attach a photo to your post as a thumbnail.
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