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Old   August 6, 2018, 16:10
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Hello foamers,

I'm brand new to OpenFoam and CFD in general, currently trying to mesh the internal cavity of a two stroke engine, with both inlet and outlet cavities.

I've read that using searchableCylinder and vertice projection is a good way but from the openFoam tutorials I could not understand the syntax of the projection and got really lost with the 'pipe' native example.

Looking for help with the syntax and suggestions on other meshing options.
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