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Old   April 3, 2010, 15:54
Default Doubt regarding 3-D meshing of a rocket nose
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I am new to using openFoam and hav recently set up a 3-d case. Its a simple rocket geometry, i.e, a cylinder with a leading ogive nose.

I am creating a full 3-d body and the problem is that i am getting a cell at the nose tip of zero volume.

Although i haven't run the case as yet but i have felt its presence while defining the blocks in blockMeshdict file.

Any advice as to how to go about this zero volume cell would be highly helpful.

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