|February 3, 2005, 11:38||
Help! I want to break the symmetry of my problem
I have simulated a turbulent combustion flame by assuming axisymmetric model, so only half of the domain was defined and used for computation.
Now I want to see the results after simulating the entire domain (e.g., symmetry is not longer assumed). I believe that I need to change the original mesh in GAMBIT for this purpose. Is there any chance that I could use my original GAMBIT file (.dbs) and just duplicate the other half of the domain? Do I really need to define my mesh from scratch?
Please, help me on this.
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