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samiam1000 May 16, 2013 04:29

Meshing with Salome
 
Dear All,

I am trying to set a chtMultiRegionFoam case. I started from a Salome mesh that seems to be ok.

Later, I have exported 5 different .unv file (air, solid_i, i = 1:4).

What sould I do, now? How can I get a single mesh, starting from 5 different files?

Can anyone provide an idea?

Thanks a lot,
Sam

cutter June 5, 2013 04:57

Have a look at mergeMeshes and stitchMesh. Good luck!

cutter

zhengzh5 October 4, 2013 13:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by samiam1000 (Post 427933)
Dear All,

I am trying to set a chtMultiRegionFoam case. I started from a Salome mesh that seems to be ok.

Later, I have exported 5 different .unv file (air, solid_i, i = 1:4).

What sould I do, now? How can I get a single mesh, starting from 5 different files?

Can anyone provide an idea?

Thanks a lot,
Sam

the other way around is to mesh the entire domain in salome and subdivide them into regions inside salome by creating volumes/groups. that way when you import the mesh into OpenFOAM, it will recognize the regions after you apply splitMeshRegion -cellZones.


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