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Default ANSYS MESH ( Needed for Fluent)
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I am using a curvature mesh in ANSYS WORKBENCH. I am using Body sizing to control the size of the elements, is this correct ? I need to adjust the element size for my fluent model, however I am not sure if I changing the body size is truly correct. I have changed the Max Tet Size & Min Size but I am not getting good results and therefore I think that changing these values are not as simple as it may seem. In summary, can someone verify that changing the element size using body sizing is correct for a curvature mesh ?

The reason that I am changing the element size is to evaluate the results for a transient analysis of a flow through a curved pipe.
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