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Old   July 3, 2006, 10:31
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Hi,
I've got some troubles with the Stitch utility.
My case has several pairs of patches to joint. I 've got any problems with the first Stitch use, but the next delivers the following message:

--> FOAM FATAL ERROR : point, face or cell zone already exists

From function void addZones
(
const List<pointzone*>& pz,
const List<facezone*>& fz,
const List<cellzone*>& cz
)

Could somebody help me?

Miko.
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Old   January 27, 2010, 07:53
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Hi Miko,

I may have the same problem. Did you ever solve it?

I have attached a picture that shows the type of mesh that I would like to create in order to preserve the orthogonality of the elements.

I have tried it using gambit and looked for any way to do it with blockMesh and stitchMesh but I haven't been able to success. Does anybody have an idea?

Thank you all!!!

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Old   March 11, 2010, 04:46
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Dear Miko,
dear Roger,

I am interesting in using the stitch command for meshes.

Roger have you find a way the stitch your different meshes ?

Best regards,

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Dear Stephane,

No, I could solve this problem using foam utilities. After that, I also tried to stitch the meshes using gambit but neither there I was able to solve it, and finally I abandoned my intentions because I was out of time.

By the way, I also left a post (for gambit) and was answered with some short indications. It may be useful to you.

check -> 2D stitch mesh


Finally, if you were to solve it, could you please upload it and post a comment with the instructions?



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Old   March 12, 2010, 08:04
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Hi Roger,

I am able to reproduce such a mesh (3 different blocks) with blockMeshDict.

So I do not use the stitchMesh command.

Hope it may help you a little bit.

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Stephane.
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