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Old   August 13, 2007, 21:10
Default Hi everyone, In my research
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Hi everyone,

In my research I had to import the previously created model from Fluent to OpenFOAM.

The Fluent model was created in 2D. After conversion to OpenFOAM the model depth in z-direction is 0.540534 (+-0.270267).

Can anyone explain why this happens? Why the uniform depth 1.0 is not assumed?

Is there any way to change that 0.54 depth to 1.0? I do not want to/cannot use Fluent at the moment, so I want to be able to do everything in OpenFOAM.

Thanks,
Krystian
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Old   August 14, 2007, 07:53
Default Krystian, use the transfor
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Krystian,

use the transformPoints utility and you will get what you need.

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