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Old   October 21, 2020, 07:14
Default CyclicAMI & SimpleFoam results residuals =1
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I am trying to conduct a DDES simulation of an SUV with fully detailed rims. In order to set rotation to the rims during the transient simulation, I must add CyclicAMI faces that will split the stationary from the moving volume , and will allow the communication of the interior with exterior volume and vice-versa.

I would like to start the transient simulation from a converged steady state one. However, the steady state simulation with cyclicAMI faces at the rims results in residuals near to 1.

Could anyone give me any advice on that ?
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cycli ami, moving mesh, openfoam 1.7.x, rotating rims, sliding mesh

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