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Old   October 12, 2012, 07:54
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Hi Everyone,

I just startet using OpenFoam for a 2-D case and it works pretty well. For the postprocessing I am using Paraview (parafoam) which also works good - unless I am setting up cycling boundary conditions. I already searched this Forum and found people with identical problems, but no solution which worked for me. The only hint I got is that the order of the boundaries is wrong - but what is the correct order? I tried to use createPatch but this did not work for me as well.

The mesh is generated in Gmsh and is basicly a square with two ripples at the bottom.

Thank you for your help!
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