|March 15, 2015, 11:55||
cellzone defined by two stl files
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I am trying to create a cellzone using snappyHexMesh.
I would like to define the cellzone volume inside two surfaces (through the corresponding .stl files) instead of single unified surface.
Essentially I am trying to replicate the material point method found in other cutcell meshers, where a cellzone is created by simply supplying a point that lies inside multiple surfaces that form a watertight region/volume.
In the attached figure I have two geometrical features that I would like to use to define the cellzone :
box (yellow )
I am therefore trying to create a cellzone inside the feutures box and box_top.
Does anyone know how to do that?
Many thanks in advance.
|cellzones, snappyhexmesh hex|
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