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Old   June 28, 2019, 05:12
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Hello Forum,

I am currently working on an ANSYS Fluent simulation of a submerged free water jet and have questions about the meshing strategy that I should use.
I used the y+ approach but that only applies for boundaries, so my question is would I be able to use this approach for my case too? Or is there another approach that I should take?

Thanks in advance!
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wall y plus only needs to be set near walls .. you cannot set it in inner fluid zones.
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