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Old   November 20, 2009, 21:16
Default Converting a baffle to cyclic patch?
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  1. I use a single sided (open shell) STL surface to create a patch using snappyhexmesh. I assume the end product actually has two sides, but it is not really a baffle but a boundary patch...
  2. How can I split this boundary patch into two boundary patches?
  3. Can I then convert the two boundaries patches to cyclic?
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Cem

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