|July 25, 2013, 04:50||
pipeCyclic (60°) - AMI weights go down to 0
Join Date: Jul 2013
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I am having issues with cyclicAMI boundaries.
My case: I took the pipeCyclic case, and made the following changes:
- a geometry of 60° instead of 90°
- a mesh generated with snappyHexMesh
I also added a createPatchDict to generate the AMIs.
The mesh I get is OK (checkMesh gives OK, and the two AMIs don't seem to have any non-overlap regions), but after running createPatch I still get weights that go down to zero.
I first thought the problem was the createPatchDict, but when I try it on the original pipeCyclic case it works just fine.
Also, the same setup for a 90° geometry (only changing the stl files in triSurface) works perfectly (all weights =1).
I attached my case here (with an Allrun script) and I would be grateful if anyone has any idea about where the problem might come from.
EDIT: this was apparently a bug, fixed in the latest 2.2x version http://www.openfoam.org/mantisbt/view.php?id=937
Last edited by Sliwa; August 6, 2013 at 10:55.
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