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Old   May 27, 2014, 11:45
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i wanted to create a mesh with blockmesh which includes baffles as well
but i have problem
here i attached the the blockmesh
New Microsoft Word Document.docx
and the error it shows
New Microsoft Word Document (2).docx

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Old   June 2, 2014, 07:15
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Hello realfear!

Though I am also a beginner of openfoam, I have checked your blockmesh file. In terminar I found following

face 3 in patch 1 does not have neighbour cell face: 4(19 12 40 47)
Possibly you have missed some neighbour point to mention in blockMesh file. Check the face (19 12 40 47), there is a missing of neighbour point.

I think you should start with a simple tutorial like cavity case, then try to make your own blockMesh file.

Actually what do u wanna simulate? How did you define B.C for such PATCH type FACE?

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