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Old   September 20, 2020, 13:37
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Hello everyone,
I have noticed that all overset openfoam use Cartesian/block structured meshes.
Is this a limitation of the current implementation?
I tried using the component meshes with hyprid meshes ( mixed quadrilateral and triangles) but the simulation keeps crashing with floating point divide by zero error ( from what I understand)
So did any one confirm that openfoam overset works with hybrid mesh components?
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