|November 29, 2013, 01:13||
Boundary condition on imported solid.
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Could someone help me with the following question.
I'd like to consider flow domain as shown in attachment: This is a 3D case, where inside a box (represented on a drawing by a large rectangle) there is a cylinder (represented on a drawing by small rectangle). This cylinder is generated using blender and saved for example as stl file. Geometry would be meshed using snappyHexMesh.
The question is:
Is it possible to define a boundary condition (velocity inlet) on a face of imported stl solid?
|November 30, 2013, 08:04||
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you can define a patch for stl file, so you can assign what BC you like
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