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Old   April 30, 2015, 11:15
Default Edge mesh distortion on searchableCylinder
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hello Foamers,

I am meshing a marine propeller in a box domain with blockMesh & snappyhexmesh.

I have created a user defined searchable cylinder that surrounds the propeller, but I have encountered a problem:

I cannot make shm snap well at the cylinder edges, so is there a way to conserve the form of a searchableCylinder like the way featureEdge does for a stl geometry?
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Hi,

Now i am having the same problem. Did you find the solution? Please share.
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