I am attempting to run a flow simulation on an airfoil using solidworks flow simulation. The following mesh was generated by solidworks.

Is this mesh covering the entire airfoil? I am not sure if it is only going to simulate flow along the x,y, and z axis instead of through the entire computational domain. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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What you are showing is a preview of the "Basic Mesh," which is simply how the computational domain would be divided up by the parent cells, or level 0. It is not the computational mesh.

From the help:

Basic Mesh

The basic mesh is treated as a mesh of zero level cells. It is constructed for the whole computational domain at the beginning of the meshing process. It is formed by dividing the computational domain into slices by parallel planes which are orthogonal to the Global Coordinate System’s axes. The computational domain’s boundary planes (at X min, ... Z max) are among these planes.

In case of 2D calculation (i.e. if you select the 2D simulation type in the Computational domain dialog) only one basic mesh cell is generated automatically along the eliminated direction.

By default, the basic mesh’s planes are spaced in the X-, Y-, and Z-directions of the Global Coordinate System nearly uniformly, and the distances between them are determined from the specified numbers of cells in these directions (Nx, Ny, Nz).

If necessary, you can insert additional mesh planes and specify another spacing between them (i.e., non-uniform steps) by creating the custom Control Planes.