Make overset and axisymmetric mesh work in combination
Functionality to add/problem to solve
Currently an attempt to use both overset meshing and axisymmetric geometry doesn't work is a hole sits against the axis. The 'hole finding' algorithm sees a 'C-shape' rather than a topological hole, so doesn't correctly classify it.
(Who will benefit from the changes?) (What type of cases?) Anyone using overset meshing to model axially moving axisymmetric cases. There are loads of applications, but some that jump to mind are valves, objects in tubes, moving probes in tanks etc.
(How are we going to solve the problem?)
Adjust the 'hole finding' algorithm to recognise axis type boundaries and apply the hole assignment to regions completely bounded by either mesh or axis.
What does success look like, and how can we measure that?
(What are the success factors and acceptance criteria? e.g. test cases, error margins)
Links / references
(Links to literature, supporting information)
(Does the functionality already exist/is sponsorship available?)