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Fixing Bad Mesh

    • Agung Limowa
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    • Keyur Kanade
      Ansys Employee

      Can you please provide more details here. What are you using? Is it Fluent Meshing or Ansys Meshing? 

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      Keyur

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    • Agung Limowa
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      i'm using ansys meshing and it has around 8 million cells but there is around 16 cells <0.1 in ortho quality, is it fine? i can' find a way to get rid of those cells

    • Agung Limowa
      Subscriber

      i know that is <0.1 is bad but i mean is it really affected the calculation and giving some error or it just make the simulation less accurate ?

    • Rob
      Forum Moderator

      It depends. If those cells are in regions with high gradients you'll potentially cause the solver to fail and/or produce poor results. If not much is happening you might get lucky and nothing bad happens. 

       

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