|December 14, 2009, 01:11||
Defining Solid and Fluid zones in OpenFoam
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I am solving conjugate heat transfer problem in which there are two zones i.e fluid and solid. Can anyone please tell me how I can separate the two zones in PolyMesh folder? Is there any other way of doing it. I am using the mesh which is generated in ICEM. I have successfully imported the mesh in foam.
|December 17, 2009, 07:02||
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Somebody correct me If I am wrong--
If you have successfully imported mesh from ICEM. It should create cellZones and faceZones in constant/polyMesh directory (fluen3DMeshToFoam will do the job).
After that using splitMeshRegions -cellZones to create seperate regions. After this 0.001 directory will be created in which two directory corresponding to each fluid zone will be there.
For more information, check chtMultiRegionFoam directory.
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