Setting Up a Boundary Layer Mesh Domain for Inductive Heating
Application ID: 99371
This model demonstrates a technique for partitioning a mesh based upon the element type. By first meshing with a boundary layer and then partitioning and creating a new mesh, it is possible to avoid modeling the interior volume of inductively heated parts, where the skin depth is small compared to the part dimensions but still large enough that a boundary layer mesh is required.
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