|November 5, 2008, 08:54||
Hi all, I run snappyHexMesh
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I run snappyHexMesh on a fairly complex geometry. However, the geometry (triangular surface mesh) is 100% closed and manyfold as it has been used for t-grid before. Snappyhexmesh always produces one cell zone wich is inside and outside of my geometry. However I expect only the outside part to be kept.
This means snappy thinks my geometry has a hole, right? How can I find the problematic area in the surface?
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