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Old   February 24, 2015, 07:09
Default SnappyHexMesh - refinement
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Hi openFoamer,

I have a question regarding refinementCylinder/Boxes.
I have a refinementCylinder and I have include the Cylinder under geometry like this:

        type searchableCylinder;
        point1 (0 -1.25 -1.25);
        point2 (1.37 1.25 1.25);
    radius 1.25;
When I run snappyHexMesh I have get this message:

Adding patches for surface regions

Patch Type                Region                        
----- ----                ------                        

5     wall                refinementCylinder            
6     wall                refinementCylinder_slave
Is it correct that the refinementCylinder get the patchtype "wall"? And Does someone knows what the "_slave" is?

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