Over the past few weeks, some readers have reported finding open foam at the intersection.
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Trying a few parts this afternoon, I realized that if I manually edit the bounding document to reflect the presence of periods (I am simulating a wind turbine stage), I can quickly get an error.
when I import fluentMeshToFoam with handwriting I get an error stating that I don’t understand what “periodic” fixes are … “fluent” translator – this terminology would now be included by some other cnspecial!
Anyway, so I add fluent3DMeshToFluent, which doesn’t reject all errors, then I manually change the file periods on the edge of the patch to cyclic + only the passphrases and necessary phrases (neighborPatch, tolerance, etc.).
The error message appears only after updating the file limit.
re: paraView / I am not! I thought it was pure post-processing! But obviously the mesh can be read and drawn correctly if I run paraFoam from the protective cover directory … even after actually editing the file constraint …
anyway … I’ll upload it to the database and post the link.
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Ok, I went through this source code and tried to debug it as best I could … and still can’t find any information on why it was implemented this way, which is basically and really how to cure it 🙁
1- “Foam :: cyclicPolyPatch :: calcTransforms” could be a serious suspicion of finding the source of the error. As far as I know, conversions are done in a safe and reliable manner, so this does not seem to be the source of the exact problem.
2- In the file “applications / utilities / mesh / Managing / checkMesh / checkGeometry.C” the routine “Foam :: checkCoupledPoints” seems to be the beginning of the problem.
And here I don’t understand why it has already been implemented this way. Because there is a comment in a certain loop:
it basically generates a list of points on each patch that has a true match of the pairs. To do this, in this agreement with the ID used:
Once created, the list of locations translates to the following:
via the “transformPositionList ()” class operator, which transforms the list of points for your patch into an appropriately associated replacement patch. So far, everything is fine, no complaints.
The problem is that we end up with a loop that starts with a comment:
// Compare – locally. Use the same tolerance as for planting
It just checks for matching owner patches, which looks good, and the problem is that in this case, it uses the same Face ID dropdown it used in the first list:
Instead of use it to find a neighboring patch.
The problem here is that I can’t figure out why this awesome works in some cases (tutorial but “incompressible / plain foam / pipetzcyclical”), in this case it is not, as far as I can tell, they only work well in these patches. always overlap.
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