I saw a good explanation of the difference between conformal and non-conformal meshes in another post. I can see that a conformal mesh is likely preferred when two surfaces are contacting each other.
If I have done simulations using non-conformal meshes but have used the mesh convergence tool, would that make the accuracy of the solution approach that of a conformal mesh? Or would that be unfair to say since the mesh convergence tool converges only on the maximum or minimum value? (i.e. perhaps the convergence tool has nothing to do with the nodes where the surfaces meet and form a non-conformal mesh) Also, if it's relevant, I am using bonded connections where the surfaces contact each other.