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Old   November 16, 2005, 16:45
Default how to patch liquid to an arbitrary zone?
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I use VOF model to track the free surface shape of a rough metal surface when it is melting. The initial surface shape of the molten pool is not regular. In adapt region, there are only three shapes: Quad, circle and cylinder. I cannot patch liquid phase to the region that I want. Any suggestion will be appreciated!! Thanks a lot!
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Old   November 17, 2005, 03:23
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I think an udf is the only way to do this. You can use a user defined memory to "mark" all the cells (set it to 1 for marked cells and zero for others) you want to patch. Then use the adapt->iso-value panel to mark all cells with udm=1.

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