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Old   March 31, 2010, 08:14
Default Grid size determination in axisymmetric models
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Hi all,

I am modeling an axisymmetric model. I want to find the size (area) of one cell in my CFD model. If I try to get the area of the fluid from fluent, it gives different values for different grids. Please tell me why I am getting these kind of different values.

If I want to find the volume of one cell, I am able to get the same computational domain value for all the grids, but I dont know how to get the 3dimensional grid size of my axisymetric model.

Please if anyone knows a solution let me know at the earliest.

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