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Old   March 23, 2011, 07:03
Default multiregionfoam + blockmesh + region property
Alpesh Vora
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hello friends,

I understood the multiregionHeater problem. In that tutorial, the all geometry is generated by using makeCellsets.setset file.

My question is:
I want to simulate the sphere inside the cube (3-D case). But by sphereToCell command are not giving perfect sphere shapr becasue is consider the all cell which are included in given redius. hence, I have to make geometry by using blockMeshDict.
But, before that I want to simulate 2-D case.
I defined the rectanguler plate with hole. but I also meshed the hole because i want to define as solid.

How can I define these different regions within blockmeshDict file?

thanx alt in advance
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