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Old   May 26, 2017, 02:41
Default Hexpress export Boundary groups to OpenFOAM
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Hi all,

I have recently started using hexpress(V6.2) and it is very nice software.

The model that I am trying to Mesh has a number of faces who In Hexpress I have grouped together so that they represent my model.

If I now export My Hexpress mesh to OpenFOAM it doesn't take this grouping into account and therefore I get a large number of faces in OpenFOAM.

I was wondering if there is a way for hexpress to take the grouping into account, or does anybody know if an efficient method to redo the grouping in OpenFoam?

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Old   November 27, 2017, 04:32
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Dear Hilbert,

Maintain of group structure exporting to OpenFoam format is now implemented in Hexpress (but also in Hexpress/Hybrid) 7.1. So you just need to wait the official release.


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