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cedric_duprat September 18, 2008 11:42

Hi all, I'm looking for the
 
Hi all,

I'm looking for the "scalePoints" tool. In the user guide for OF 1.3, there is this tool which is suppose to "scale the mesh points in a polyMesh directory by a factor supplied as an argument".
I can't find it on OF 1.4.1 in the manipulation mesh directory.
This tool is not in OF 1.5.
So, is there a similar tool in OF 1.4.1 ? or maybe someone know how to do such thing whithout doing it by hand.

Thanks in advance,

Cedric


PS: I found a tool called "deformedGeom" but, it's using a displacement field U and after a few try, it doesn't seem to be effective for what I want to do.

hani September 18, 2008 13:11

Hi Cedric, Try transformPoi
 
Hi Cedric,

Try transformPoints

Håkan

cedric_duprat September 18, 2008 13:27

Hi Hakan, Thank you, It's w
 
Hi Hakan,

Thank you, It's woking fine
... I had an old user-guide ....
maybe it's time to print a new one :-)

Cedric

hani September 18, 2008 13:43

Hi Cedric, I'm afraid that
 
Hi Cedric,

I'm afraid that you should not rely too much on the UserGuide. It is not updated as fast as the code. For transformPoints, I think that it was mentioned in the release notes. At least I'm sure that you can find the answer already in the Forum.

Håkan

cedric_duprat September 18, 2008 13:53

Thank you again, You're rig
 
Thank you again,

You're right about the UserGuide but ... as I used to say, it's better than nothing :-)
And in the forum, I just found the same question from a 2005 thread by .... you that's why you are so sure :o)
http://www.cfd-online.com/OpenFOAM_D....html#POST4137

Thanks again,

Cedric

hani September 18, 2008 14:15

Cedric, I hope that you und
 
Cedric,

I hope that you understand that this means that you must help someone else with this question in three years :-)

This is what the Forum is all about.

Håkan.

cedric_duprat September 19, 2008 04:15

:-) ok, I'll try not to for
 
:-)

ok, I'll try not to forget ...
let's check in 3 years

Cedric


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