|October 7, 2011, 10:48||
Inport Plot3D in Openfoam
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I have a single block grid in plot3D that I want to import in Openfoam. I managed to do it with plot3DtoFoam but when i look at the boundary file created, there is only one.
How could I import a single or a multiblock structured grid in openfoam and keep my boudaries description?
|October 7, 2011, 19:59||
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You can use the "autoPatch" utility after executing the plot3dToFoam command.
autoPatch [feature angle] [-overwrite]
e.g. autoPatch 80
If you use this command, the defaultFaces will be divided into patches based on your specified feature angle.
Last edited by fumiya; October 7, 2011 at 20:28.
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