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Old   January 17, 2007, 16:28
Default Prism layer in Starccm+
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In my mesh I have some very small features I am interested in. For example, one part is a fuel nozzle recessed into a vane. Part of the fuel nozzle is in to flow and the other part is mostly out of the flow. This leads to part of the nozzle having high wall y+ values and the other part having low y+ values.

Is there some way to vary the prism layer thickness over the nozzle the complete nozzle has good y+ values?
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Old   January 19, 2007, 06:12
Default Re: Prism layer in Starccm+
Kasper Skriver
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I think you should split the boundary in two or more seperate boundaries. You can then individually specify prism thickness and amount of layers.

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