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what is x+ and z+ for a horizontal flat plate? what is delta x?

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Default what is x+ and z+ for a horizontal flat plate? what is delta x?
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Dear all, I read some paper about LES mesh. It mentions x+, y+and z+. I know what is y+ but I cannot image what is it for a flat surface... In addition, it
also mentions delta x+ and so on. What is the difference between x+ and delta x+?
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