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[blockMesh] Problems with "holes" or "gaps" in Baffle as internal wall of zero thickness

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Old   January 11, 2014, 10:40
Default Problems with "holes" or "gaps" in Baffle as internal wall of zero thickness
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Hi,
Im new here and not that advanced in OpenFoam.
Im trying to make a simple zero thickness wall. But the created Baffle has depending on my mesh and size of cells some gaps in it where the flow can pass through.

Basically Im running:

blockMesh
sopoSet
createBaffles -overwrite

and run the simulation as a DNS. Courant Number allways less than 0.8.

I would appreciate any help!
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