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Old   May 9, 2019, 06:55
Default problem converting sHM generated mesh to 2D by extrudeMesh
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Hello !

I am a beginner to OpenFoam and trying to simulate a dam break event via interFoam solver.

I want to run the model in 2D. I generated the mesh using sHM and tried to use extrudeMesh to convert it in to 2D. The generated 2D mesh is successfully viewed in paraView. But to run the simulation, I think I have to re-ageist the boundary patches and I don't have a clue on how to do it.

I followed the steps of but field to do it successfully.

I really appreciate if someone can help! The setup is attached herewith.

Thank you!
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3d to 2d, dam break, interfoam, shm

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