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Old   July 10, 2008, 13:27
Default Hi to evryone! I'm trying to
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Hi to evryone!
I'm trying to generate a mesh for a 2D wing profile with blockMesh, but I've problems with polySpline.
I want to use it to draw the profile plus the upstream part of the mesh, like this:
- --
------ -

(The drawing is awful, I know!)

to obtain it i put in my dictionary:

polySpline start end(
((a b c)
(d e f)) // my straight line part;
((a b c)
(d e f)
(g h j)
) // my profile

but it do not works.
Can someone help me? Thanks!
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Old   July 17, 2008, 01:08
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please see


There is a bug in the OF-1.4 version, it will only give you straight lines

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