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Old   October 30, 2013, 14:40
Default OpenFoam case and salome mesh
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Hello everybody,
I'm new in this topic and I am trying to make with Salome an hexagonal mesh (fill in with mud) and put a cylinder on the mud and run this example in openFoam (the cylinder must be able to move and float on the mud). Somebody can help me with the mesh or get me some advices about how run this case in openFoam?

thank you very much
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Old   December 4, 2013, 15:56
Default conversion of salome mesh files to openfoam requirements
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Hi,
Maybe these posts can be helpful to you.
2D Moving Mesh - Salome to OpenFoam WorkFlow
ideasUnvToFoam with inner parts

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