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Old   June 9, 2010, 07:59
Default geometry change in snappychtMultiRegion tutorial
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Hi everyone,

has anyone done the snappychtMultiRegion tutorial? what I don't understand is this:

- viewing the /constant/triSurface/heater.stl file in paraview I get a rectangular shape.

- after the run this shape is sort of rounded (see the snappyMultiRegionHeater{heater}.OpenFOAM file).

when did that happen? and where is the geometry for that?

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Does anybody have an answer to this question?
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