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Old   February 21, 2014, 10:36
Default cyclicAMI / cyclicACMI OF 2.3
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Hi together

Just downloaded 2.3 and tried to play around a little bit. I'm wondering little bit about the split btw. cyclicAMI and cyclicACMI and would be really happy if somebody could explain me a little better.

cyclicAMI: The say that for "low weight" it uses kind of a zeroGradient boundary condition. So can this be used as "bridgeOverlap" of 1.5 version? I guess zeroGradient is not really appropriate for any kind of flow quantity at a wall...

cyclicACMI: The implementation of a "bridgeOverlap" function seams to be better here but I was unable to use cyclicACMI for a "rotational" geometry yet. It always tells me
Inconsistent ACMI patches AMI1 and AMI2. Patches should have identical topology

Is it possible at all to use cyclicACMI for rotational transformation?

Thanks for all kind of explanation
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