Yes - create a 3D shape, then assign the CFD boundary 'constraint/2D bounding plane' to the front and back surfaces (which must be parallel and planar). Then mesh as normal.thschrader wrote: ↑Sun Jul 29, 2018 10:42 amI tried to use 2D-meshing (gmsh) in cfd-wb.
Extract 2D-shape from body using facebinder-tool in arch-wb.
FEM-meshing works for 2D, but cfd gives back error
„For 2D meshing, two parallel 2D bounding planes must be present as boundary conditions in the CFD analysis object.“
Is there a special workflow?
Thanks for the tip, it works.
Put each 2D-bounding plane into a separate constraint-condition, see my file.
No, for openfoam results definitly not. Designsphysics is the Freecad-GUI for the dualsphysics-solver,