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[mesh manipulation] Specify inlet condition on overset patch

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Old   February 18, 2018, 09:17
Default Specify inlet condition on overset patch
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I am trying to specify a flow through an overset region in a simple block mesh (2D).
The purpose is to be able to swap e.g. an inlet geometry (overset mesh) which overlaps with a background mesh (e.g. a container). Thus, I am interested in specifying an inlet condition on one of the faces of the overset patch. Does anyone know how to do this?
I have done cases with the overset mesh, where internal parts (solids) are moving. These have worked nicely.

Thanks in advance.
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block mesh, inlet, overset mesh

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