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Old   July 27, 2015, 20:26
Default [SALOME] About "Body Fitting" algorism
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I have been studying CFD and using SALOME since a few months, and I am facing a probrem about "Body Fitting" algorism.
So, could you someone advise me how to resolve this probrem?

I am meshing for a tank (see the attached picture) using BF algorism, in which the parameters for "spacing" are 0.07t+0.01 (0 - 0.5) and -0.07t+0.08 (0.5 - 1), for each grid axes.
Since the computed file is converted to OpenFOAM format and done checkMesh, "Max skewness" error and "incorrectly oriented faces of pyramids" error have come.

Are there some resolutions to get rid of these errors?
Can I resolve them by changing the "spacing" parameters? If not, could you teach me other ways?

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1. shape picture (internal mesh)
2. picture displayed only "skew error" faces
3. picture displayed only "wrongOriented error" faces
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