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Old   August 30, 2022, 16:55
Question Advanced field mapping (Coordinate transformation)
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Hello folks,

I am generating initial turbulent conditions using a large mesh. I then need to map a small region of this unto a new mesh for a wind turbine problem.

The problem is that the meshes do not share an origin or coordinate orientation.

I've attached a diagram illustrating the source and target meshes.

Can I use mapFields to do this, or are there other utilities?
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