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Old   March 18, 2015, 08:50
Default foam-extend 3.1, Immersed boundary cavity flow case modification problems
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Hello

I have been trying to modify a cavity case as follows in openfoam 3.1 ext, Immersed boundary package.

1) I follow all the ./All run steps from cavity flow around a cylinder
2) I changed the cylinder geometry with a square (cube), made some necessary changes in the other files as well.
3) blockMesh runs prefectly fine.
4) Then I copy the Immersed boundary 'boundary' file (with the dimensions of square as it is done) into constant/polymesh
5) I run icoIbFoam, which runs perfectly
6) My problem: in the paraview I dont see my immersed boundary square.!!

Can someone help me set up a case with the Immersed boundary, please !!
Thank you !!
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