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Old   July 5, 2020, 03:28
Default Pointwise create good mesh on wing suction side, but poor mesh on pressure side
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I have a wing from solidworks and I used Pointwise to create unstructured grid automatically, using the domain from database entity function. The wing suction side has good mesh but the pressure side mesh is much poorer. I have attached the pictures. The red mesh indicates poor quality mesh. I wonder why this is so because they share the same connector.

Also, if I delete the mesh and re-create using domain with assemble special, a zero number domain is created, but there is no error msg.

Does anymore has experience solving this problem?

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