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Old   September 27, 2007, 15:24
Default Hi foamers I have a though
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Hi foamers

I have a though question:

i want to use 2 meshes
in one i want to simulate combustion with rans or les , after one time step i will have pressure field on this mesh and i want to use this pressure field as a source on other bigger field . In this field i will calculate the wave eq.

The second field is surrounding the biggest one. So they share a common boundary ... there are interactions not only from the 1. Mesh to 2. mesh(big) but also back ,

2 meshes can interact like this ?
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Old   September 27, 2007, 15:26
Default a typo : The second fiel
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a typo :


The second field is surrounding the smaller one. So they share a common boundary ... there are interactions not only from the 1. Mesh to 2. mesh(big) but also back ,

2 meshes can interact like this ?
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Old   September 27, 2007, 17:48
Default Hi OR! Not easily. Look on
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Hi OR!

Not easily. Look on the message-board for conjugateFoam or on the Wiki for icoStructFoam for examples on the coupling of different solvers on meshes that share a boundary.

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