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Old   November 22, 2019, 02:03
Question Does Mappedwall acts like a wall?
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I am performing a conjugate heat transfer analysis using k-w SST model.

I meshed in Salome and exported it to OpenFoam. So interfaces(between different regions) come under type: Mappedwall. I want to use full resolution in the boundary layer instead of wall functions

So,the type: Mappedwall acts as a wall or normal patch? if the Mappedwall acts like a wall, do i need to change it as normal patch for using boundary layer resolution?
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boundary layer mesh, chtmultiregionsimplefoam, openfoam 5, wall functions

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