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doug March 27, 2007 13:10

I'm relatively new to OpenFOAM
 
I'm relatively new to OpenFOAM, and am looking for a way to map cell faces to other cell faces. I've created my own mesh and have written the OpenFOAM files for it. It is a C mesh that wraps around an airfoil, and I need to map the two trailing regions of the mesh to each other. I know there must be a way to do it, but haven't been able to find anything in the documentation. Any direction would be helpful.

Thanks.

-doug

hjasak March 27, 2007 13:22

You can find a cell model deco
 
You can find a cell model decomposition used in OpenFOAM in

OpenFOAM-1.3/.OpenFOAM-1.3/cellModels.

Should be self-descriptive.

Hrv

doug March 27, 2007 13:28

Where's that directory? I can'
 
Where's that directory? I can't find it in my directories.

Thanks.

-doug

doug March 27, 2007 15:47

I've found a mesh manipulation
 
I've found a mesh manipulation function called stitchMesh. Does anyone have an example file of how I would use it?

-doug

gschaider March 27, 2007 21:14

Hi Doug! Another way to fin
 
Hi Doug!

Another way to find cellModels is

$WM_PROJECT_DIR/.OpenFOAM-1.3/cellModels

dmoroian March 30, 2007 02:43

Hi Doug, I think stichMesh is
 
Hi Doug,
I think stichMesh is the tool you need. There is a very short HowTo on the wiki, that might suit you.
Have a look: stitchMesh HowTo

Dragos


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