I generated a hex grid for a f
I generated a hex grid for a free-surface-piercing NACA 0024 using Gridgen from Pointwise, Inc. It is a simple c-type grid with clustering near the wall (for wall fxn) and near the waterplane. However, when I try to convert it, it simply hangs and does not report an error. Any suggestions on how to debug this?
Here is the output:
Exec : fluentMeshToFoam . SPNACA SPNACA/spnaca24_sublayer.cas
Date : Nov 26 2006
Time : 15:19:30
Host : ritchie.aset.psu.edu
PID : 4877
Root : /scratch/egp11
Case : SPNACA
Nprocs : 1
Reading header: "exported from Gridgen 15.09R3"
Dimension of grid: 3
Number of points: 345321
number of faces: 1005100
Number of cells: 330000
Reading uniform cells
Reading zone data
Embedded blocks in comment or unknown
Found end of section in unknown
,Reading uniform faces
dimension of grid: 3
Creating shapes for 3-D cells
----------this is where it hangs---------------
By the way, my Fluent case fil
By the way, my Fluent case file was written as ASCII, and I deleted the DOS control characters using dos2unix (unfortunately, my desktop machine is a Dell).
This is a strange place for th
This is a strange place for the converter to hang: you have successfully finished lexing. Can I have a look at this file if it's not confidential?
Hrv, You can download the f
You can download the file from:
It is the only file there. Also, I mistyped my original email. This grid was designed for sublayer resolution.
I get a nice core dump over he
I get a nice core dump over here:
--> FOAM FATAL ERROR : index 6 out of range 0 ... 5
It turns out that the cell number 182, defined as a hex, has got 7 (at least 7?) faces, which is wrong. The offending face index is 976015.
My guess is that you have defined a face of cell 182 to belong to two boundary patches at the same time. As usual, nothing wrong with my converter.
Thanks for the debug, Hrv. I'
Thanks for the debug, Hrv. I'll double-check, but this would be impossible to explicitly do when using GridGen. Maybe there is a bug with the Gridgen -> Fluent converter, although I've not run into one before. I'll post back when I find the error.
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