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Old   May 17, 2022, 06:58
Default Merging/Stitching meshes
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Hey guys,


i want to create a multiregion case with two different domains, one solid, one fluid.
For this i have created sperate shm dicts and both are meshed without errors. The stl for the contanct region is identical however the resulting patches don't have the same number of faces.



I have tried using mergingMeshes what somewhat works, however the names for the cellzones are lost. StitchMesh doesn't work and research in this forum didn't provide any solution.



My question now is, wether it is sufficient to couple those patches with createPatchesdict and turn them into mapped walls. Maybe there is another way to edit this with dicts?


Thank you,
Nico
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