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Default high skewness when meshing of HAWT blade
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My problem is hybrid meshing of HAWT blade I find that the minimum included angle is very low at blade Tip when staring the unstructured mesh after Tip section extrusion region.

Also, at blade hub intersecting with shaft when staring the unstructured mesh after shaft BL structured region

can you tell me how can I exceed this problem and how I achieve this with an excellent meshing ?

thanks every body helps me

In order to read the attached file:
1st Import the data base (igs) file
2nd execute the script (glf) file

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