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Old   February 21, 2019, 05:38
Default [SALOME] Viscous sublayer on partition with hexahedron
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Hello everybody,
I'm trying to generate sublayers on different direction of my geometry. The geometry is a box divided in 3 boxes that generate a partition. I generated successfully sublayers in the X direction (just in one sub box) and Z direction (all partition) but I cannot manage to do so also in Y direction (all partition).
You can see the attached pic to understand what I mean.
I used a 3D hypotheses for the Z direction and a 2D hypotheses for the X direction.


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