# cyclic match errors

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 December 2, 2004, 05:34 cyclic match errors #1 sankar Guest   Posts: n/a hi, I have some issues regerding cyclic boundary condition. I am trying to match two cyclic boundary region, that lying parallel to each other in cartesian coordinate system. they donot have one 2 one correspondence. I am using arbitrary match option. it is giving error that offset must be opposite. what is the funda behind offset. please describe in detail sankar

 December 2, 2004, 15:25 Re: cyclic match errors #2 Brian Guest   Posts: n/a The offset is what must be added to one boundary to make it lie on top of the other. So if Region 1 is at x=-0.5, and Region 2 is at x=1.5, the offset is xoff=2.0. If that doesn't work, try -2.0. I can never remember which way round it goes, and it doesn't matter, as long as it works, right?

 December 3, 2004, 04:18 Re: cyclic match errors #3 sankar Guest   Posts: n/a hi, Now the point is the offset to be specified in region1 or region2.ie in boundary region definition. sankar

 December 3, 2004, 07:46 Re: cyclic match errors #4 Brian Guest   Posts: n/a Both and opposite, as far as I understand it.

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