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Old   July 11, 2012, 07:42
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Hi.
I've created the control volume with blockMeshDict and then I created a body to be absorbed in it, with Gmsh, I meshed it's surface and I saved it in .stl format.
Then I ran the surfaceFeatureExtract routine, and that's the output (omitting the "Writing" messages):

Statistics:
Triangles : 3840
Vertices : 1922
Bounding Box : (0.5051109791 -0.04848210141 0) (0.800064981 0.04083010182 0.1000000015)

Constructing feature set from included angle 150

Initial feature set:
feature points : 4
feature edges : 112
of which
region edges : 0
external edges : 80
internal edges : 32


Final feature set:
feature points : 4
feature edges : 112
of which
region edges : 0
external edges : 80
internal edges : 32

at this point as I ran paraFoam it came out that the body wasn't put into the control volume and wasn't even recognised among the various patches.
Any suggestion?
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