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Old   March 13, 2013, 12:12
Default Wind Turbine (Periodic Faces Meshing Problems)
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Hi All,

I am pretty new to CFD software packages. I am currently trying to develop a mesh for a Wedge shaped domain ( with a turbine blade inside ) . I need to make the sidewalls of the domain periodic but identical mesh is required and I am really struggling to find the solution to this problem. I have attached the file I am currently working on. (Left Wall and Right Wall are the ones which I want to be periodic)
It is possibly just a box I need to tick but any help would be much appreciated

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