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Old   March 11, 2009, 01:43
Default Hi Could someone please ex
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Hi

Could someone please explain to me what "searchable" in the searchableBox/searchableSphere keywords mean? Why isn't it just called box and sphere?

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Old   March 11, 2009, 05:12
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Old   March 23, 2009, 06:03
Default How to use multiple blocks
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Hi,

I'm trying to simulate the drag of a cylinder in 2D. For generating the mesh in 2D (pictures), I use different grading/number of cells for the "interface" of the blocks. So "patch matching" will not work with this. However, if I use excactly the same grading/number of cells on both sides it still does not work. The internal boundaries arent removed as they are e. g. in cavityClipped tutorial.
Another way would be mergePatches, but as I read in other posts that doesnt seem to be trivial for my case?!
How can I deal with that problem???

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