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Old   December 7, 2010, 01:18
Default Import non-uniform mesh from fluent
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I solve Lid-driven cavity problem by importing geometry and non-uniform mesh from Fluent into OpenFOAM. Unfortunately, result of velocity vector is not correct as shown in figure. We cannot see a vortex in the middle of cavity. Could you show me what wrong is?

If I enlarge top region, we can see positive x-direction vectors, I think OpenFOAM may not be understood non-uniform mesh.

Thank you very much.
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