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Old   November 13, 2018, 10:01
Default Flow around a cube building with panels on top
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I want to study the flow around a building and 3 rows of panels situated on top. For this purpose, I modeled a building with a cube and the rows of panels with 3 plates. I'd like to create a sort of box that would contain the panels in order to use tetrahedral mesh in the box and a mapped mesh in the other parts of the domain.
To do so i tried to use the enclosure tool, to create plane for each face of the cube and 1 additional plane for the top of the box and split each plane with the enclosure.
The problem is that doing so I don't manage to have this "box" region.
Does anyone have an idea to help me ?


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