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Old   November 23, 2005, 12:21
Default Hi, I don't know the OpenFoam
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I don't know the OpenFoam very well, but I ask on the strategy used to impose boundary conditions within the code.
If I generate my mesh with blockMesh utility and I have some boundary conditions to implement for my case, should I pass via the FoamX or I can try directly the boundary file? the problem here is with the number of patchs, when I start and when I stoped if I do it manually?

please tel me if i'm wrong in the way.
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Old   November 24, 2005, 14:53
Default You can change the patch types
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You can change the patch types by hand (as long as they're consistent with the field types).

You cannot change the number of faces or starting face.

You can add/remove zero-sized patches to/from the end of the boundary list.

However unless you really know what you're doing better stick with FoamX.
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