|December 19, 2011, 15:41||
locationInMesh to define two regions(blocks)?
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I am trying to use moving mesh, so there are two blocks which will move towards each other. in each block there is a small cube inside. So i am trying to use snappyHexMesh to create mesh for the small cubes.
So you can see, there are two blocks, means two regions. the problem is related to "locationInMesh":
if I give a point in block1, then after snappyHexMesh, there will be 0 mesh in block2;
if i give a pint in block2, then then after snappyHexMesh, there will be 0 mesh in block1;
please, how i can tell "snappyHexMesh" to work for both blocks?
thank you so much!!!
|January 4, 2012, 17:28||
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I'm sorry for bringing up this thread out of the past, but I'm just tying-in some loose ends for future readers...
For those reading this thread and wondering about the same question, Aqua also asked about this on another thread and I replied here: http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/ope...tml#post337890 post #20
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