|January 13, 2014, 05:50||
Wedge type mesh: generation OK but the mesh has bug for some cells!
Fabien DOS SANTOS
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Nevers, FRANCE
Posts: 8Rep Power: 7
I'm working on a case (flow inside a nozzle) where my geometry is axisymmetric and I want to do simulation with only one quarter of it (for cpu time saving).
I create my mesk by generating a .m4 file with Matlab and then create a blockMeshDict file with this .m4 file (I know that can sound complicated, but it works).
The mesh is generating without any problem. But I have a block that gets some bad cells (you can see it on the attached image from paraview) and I don't know why! This block has only 6 vertices because it is on the axis.
I have isolated this particular block in order to understand the bug easier, here is my blockMeshDict:
What am I doing wrong ?? I have other blocks that have the same configuration (6 vertices, on the axis) but they are all good, I don't understand!
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