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Old   April 30, 2016, 03:03
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Hi everyone...
I have been trying to simulate ship movement in Head Waves in Star CCM+ v8.06 using overset mesh. In order to capture the wave height correctly, around 40 cells have to be provided and when I initialize, overset mesh shows error..!!
So I removed volumetric refinement and then tried, It initialized..!!
What I understand is that if the refinement goes less than maximum cell size in the overset mesh (Global Value) it is not getting initialized...
But I can not avoid the volumetric refinement since it is essential for wave simulation.
Anyone experienced same issue..?
Someone can tell me how to resolve this issue..?

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