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Old   January 12, 2012, 06:10
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Hi all,

This is kumar and I would like to run a simple duct case where i have an interface boundary condition. Basically you have two different ducts joined together. The two ducts have different mesh sizes. So I would like to run this case in OpenFOAM by having interface boundary condition at the middle( at the join of two faces of the duct). It will be really helpful if someone can guide me. I have also tried some method like stitch face but it is not working properly as i am getting some error (like area is not correct etc..)


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