|February 10, 2015, 07:01||
What does "single-stream mesh" mean?
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In the UG, we have:
The file must be written in ASCII format, which is not the default option in Fluent. It is possible to convert single-stream Fluent meshes, including the 2 dimensional geometries.
The converter accepts any single-stream mesh including integral and arbitrary couple
matching and all cell types are supported.
The features that the converter does not support are:
• multi-stream mesh specification
I dont know whats meaning exactly, any helps?Thanks.
|February 13, 2015, 18:47||
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Weird! Maybe you should post a question on the Fluent forum. I bet those chaps would be happy to help.
|March 7, 2015, 08:58||
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I was hoping someone would answer your question on the other thread, but I guess not.
As far as I can understand, the "multi-stream" mesh in Fluent is similar to multi-region in OpenFOAM, in the sense that each "stream" is an independent mesh for each region. The reason why it's "multi-stream" is because it's part of the same case. It's probably something like:
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