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Old   May 24, 2014, 09:07
Default Questions on the overset method of unstructured grid.
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hi, everyone. Is there somebody having the experience on the overset method of unstructured mesh?

Can the conservation properties be preserved on the interface of two zones, which are overlapped ?
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Most of the overset algorithms do not preserve it. It makes the algorithm extremely challenging to program if conservation has to be satisfied. Tri-linear interpolation is the common method of choice for overset meshes.
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