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Old   February 26, 2011, 13:53
Default Quasi-2D mesh with gridgen for 2D RANS simulation
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Hi everyone!

I'm generating a common C grid with gridgen to perform 2D unsteady RANS simulation using OpenFoam. From your experience do you think that, for 2D simulation, it's matter if the mesh contains few cells in the transverse direction?

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