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Old   August 13, 2010, 07:49
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Hello Guys !

Im absolutly new at using OpenFoam and also Linux , so Im sorry If Im going to ask dumb questions :-) .

Im trying to Simulate a flow around a spherical particle , but I have some problems using the blockMeshDict to Create a 2-D axisymmetric geometry.
I already created the wedge, and tried to get the "hole" inside the geometry with the edge command, but it dont seems to work. I just created two Verticles and tried to get them connected with edge, but after blockMeshing I dont see the edge in paraFoam.

Can anybody help me or give me some advice to find a solution for my problem ?

Thanks alot !

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Old   December 18, 2010, 09:27
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paraFoam shows you blocks and edges which are parts of blocks. If the edge is free, you wouldn't see it.

For more details - show your blockMeshDict file
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