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Old   March 10, 2011, 14:32
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Good evening Foamers,
I was wondering if anyone could help, I am trying to model a tank in simple domain. I am trying to analyse the recirculations zones inside the cylinder and outside.

So far it has been straight forwards to create a solid cylinder, but creating a hollow cylinder using snappyhexmesh seems a wee bit tricky, I haven't managed so far, does anyone have any ideas ? Much appreciated

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Old   March 11, 2011, 08:25
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Hi Dia,
Maybe, you can give more details about your geometry, like is the inside domain connected with the outside domain?
It also would help to make clear, which procedure you are using.
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Old   March 11, 2011, 10:46
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Hi Fritz,
Thanks for answering back, that is what I want indeed that the inside domain is connected to the outside domain. Such that I would allow the "wind" to wizz inside the the tank( storage tank) and outside it.

If you don't mind what do you mean by procedure ? I am planning to test out a few solvers, and play around with windfoam.

As you can get I am trying to avoid "creating" the blockMesh dict by hand, or trying to use other software to create the geometry.
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If you don't mind what do you mean by procedure ? I am planning to test out a few solvers, and play around with windfoam.

As you can get I am trying to avoid "creating" the blockMesh dict by hand, or trying to use other software to create the geometry.
The geometry import is exactly what I meant with procedure, sorry for my unclear question. Until now, I just can say that you have to make sure in the snappyHEXMeshDict that the "locationInMesh" is carefully placed and there shouldn't be a boundary between the two parts of the domain.

Besides, what exactly is the problem?
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I was trying to create a hollow cylinder with the opening into the domain. So far the cylinders or objects I create are closed. That is my issue. Not how to do that.
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Then, I don't understand your problem. It's absolutely the same.
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