Enters the set menu.
Allows you to specify additional refinement layers (this is an advanced control).
Enables / disables anisotropic adaption for prismatic cells as part of manual adaption. Note that this text command requires that the adaption method is set to PUMA.
Allows you to select the boundary zones that specify directions for anisotropic refinement with the PUMA method.
Sets the split ratio for the cells as part of anisotropic refinement with the PUMA method.
Sets cell zones to be used for marking adaption. An empty list specifies that all zones are considered for adaption.
Sets the graphics display options for the refinement, coarsening, and common cells.
Adapt the mesh during solution.
Set frequency for dynamic adaption.
Encapsulate all children of parent cells on the same partition.
Sets an approximate limit to the total cell count of the mesh during adaption. Fluent uses this value to determine when to stop marking cells for refinement. A value of zero places no limits on the number of cells.
Controls the number of levels of refinement used to split cells during the adaption.
Sets the adaption method.
Sets the minimum value allowed for the orthogonal quality of cells during adaption. If your solution diverges, you may find that using a higher minimum quality value resolves the issue. This text command is only available with the PUMA 3D adaption method.
Sets an approximate limit to the edge length for cells that are considered for refinement. Even if a cell is marked for refinement, it will not be refined if (for 3D) its volume is less than the cube of this field or (for 2D) its area is less than the square of this field. The default value of zero places no limits on the size of cells that are refined.
Enables/disables the adaption of dead cells in overset meshes.
Allows you set how much information about the adaption is printed to the console.