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Old   June 17, 2022, 03:17
Default Mapping solution from 'normal' to overset mesh
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I'd like to map the solution of my simulation (see first pic), which is computed over a single mesh, into a domain with background and overset mesh (see second pic). Do you know if this is possible, and what is the most effective way to do so?

I need to do so because grid sequencing initialization is not available with overset meshes, and I don't get convergence without it.

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data mapping, grid sequencing, initialization method, overset mesh

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