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Default Quality check of the mesh for OpenFoam
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Folks,

which are the criteria for quality check of the openfoam mesh? I found as criteria the following, are there any other ?

Maximum non-orthogonality allowed; 180 disables
Max boundary face skewness allowed; 0 disables
Max internal face skewness allowed; 0 disables

Which is the equation that calculates the above?

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