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anon_a March 12, 2012 05:55

Complementary solid-gas meshes
 
Hello again

I have a non-trivial geometry and would like to use chtMultiRegionFoam to model heat transfer from a nitrogen ambient. How can I obtain the two perfectly matching meshes (nitrogen and solid) if I have the solid geometry? I guess they need to be entirely complementary and to have matching meshes, or am I wrong?

anon_a March 14, 2012 04:56

I have been following this post:
http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/ope...le-meshes.html

I know that's probably not the right place to post this but please bear with me. SALOME does not let me mesh the damn thing. Even when I choose a very coarse discretization, I keep getting "Memory allocation problem". Even for a very simple geometry, such as a simple cube. It only works randomly once every 200 trials or something (I haven't found the bug pattern yet).

Does anyone know how to solve this?

anon_a March 15, 2012 16:02

Forget about the error. The 64bit version was installed on a 32bit SUSE.
That's what happens when they don't let you set up your own machine.
SALOME worked as written in the previous post and it rocks. :)


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