|November 21, 2013, 16:08||
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first when u use the tool meshes from OF u have to understand the software's bcs
first, you use cyclicami for actual mesh motion (different from mrf)
second, cycliami is an internal BCs, so its not an inlet or outlet
second, if your case is symmetric for a phi angle, then u use cyclic bcs if im not mistaken
third, make sure the bcs ur using are compatible with the current solver
fourth, symmetrical cases may be steady-state cases. cyclic ami is for transient solutions.
i advise you to read of's user guide and attempt a mesh created somewhere else.
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|November 22, 2013, 04:38||
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Greetings to all!
@Lev: If there is mesh motion, you probably will need cyclic AMI. Check post #12 for more information.
Last edited by wyldckat; November 22, 2013 at 04:43. Reason: Had to move around the answers to Lev...
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