|January 16, 2014, 07:46||
how to avoid AMI weighting 0
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I am working on a rotating geometry simulation, moderate Re.
I get error after significant number of timesteps where AMI min has gone to 0, I understand that when there is mismatch between level of refinement of the body (A propeller/plate etc) and the rotating domain in which it is present leads to AMI go to 0.
but how do i calculate that thing a-prior i? is there a rule of thumb?
after setting up BC, making sure mesh is proper, it gets frustrating to know that AMI weighting goes to 0 at say iteration number 20000, is there a way to avoid it?
Last edited by fedvasu; January 16, 2014 at 07:47. Reason: grammar
|ami, meshing, openfoam 2.2.x, rotating domain|
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