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Old   January 31, 2006, 03:55
Default Hello, I was playing around
Guido Adriaensen
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I was playing around with the sliding meshes, but I noticed that the boundaries seem to get swapped. If one looks for example at the mixer2D tutorial, it can be seen that the front and backfaces become the sliding interface (at least in vizualization of paraview) Is this just a representation error in paraview? Or is something else going on? In the boundary file it can be seen that the front and back faces are located after the sliders. In my case I had amongst others an inlet located after the sliders. When sliding occurs all the boundaries change (a wall becomes an inlet etc etc) So It seems it is not just a representation error in paraview.

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