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Old   September 4, 2010, 15:49
Default Removing bad cell using subsetmesh-good????
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Hello people,

I gotta know that using mesh utilities like cellSet and subsetMesh we can simply remove the bad cells from our mesh. But this creates voids in the domain. I was wondering whether these voids have any effect on the solution or not. How OF handles such voids??

So basically it boils down to: "Whether it is a good idea to simply remove bad cells using subsetMesh??"

Please enlighten me on this issue.

Thank you very much..
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