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Old   November 1, 2022, 01:54
Default small geometry and dimensions, export unv to openFOAM
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Hi dear friends. I have a block and I want to mesh this in Salome and export it as an unv file to OpenFOAM. when I made the block in Salome with this number, 10*1*10, it is okay, but when one of the numbers is like 0.1 or 0.01, OpenFOAM solves it as a 2D.
I use NETGEN3D for 3d and NETGEN1-2D for 2d .

I don't know the problem. mesh is 3d but in low dimensions, it solves like 2d behavior.

and I don't know how to do numbers such as a meter or mm or cm in Salome and OpenFOAM knows it.
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