Hi, I am trying to run a CHT case between two OpenFOAM solvers (sonicFoam and laplacianFoam) with a an 2D axisymmetric mesh. However, the openfoam adapter seems to not recognize that the mesh is axisymmetric and asks that only the z-axis as out-of-plane direction.
preCICE version: 2.2.0
OpenFOAM version: v4.x
Solver for Fluid: sonicFoam
Solver for Solid: laplacianFoam
If I want to execute the fluid or solid solver, the executions runs in a problem regarding the mesh orientation.
Starting time loop ---[preciceAdapter] Loaded the OpenFOAM-preCICE adapter v1.0.0. ---[preciceAdapter] Reading preciceDict... ---[precice] e[0m This is preCICE version 2.2.0 ---[precice] e[0m Revision info: v2.2.0 ---[precice] e[0m Configuration: Release (Debug and Trace log unavailable) ---[precice] e[0m Configuring preCICE with configuration "../precice-config.xml" ---[precice] e[0m I am participant "Fluid" ---[precice] e[0m Connecting Master to 3 Slaves    --> FOAM FATAL ERROR:  It seems like you are using preCICE in 2D and your geometry is not located int the xy-plane. The OpenFOAM adapter implementation supports preCICE 2D cases only with the z-axis as out-of-plane direction.Please rotate your geometry so that the geometry is located in the xy-plane.   From function void preciceAdapter::Interface::configureMesh(const Foam::fvMesh&)  in file Interface.C at line 136.  FOAM parallel run exiting
ls it possible to run axisymmetric meshes (only 1 element size in the out of plane direction)?. How should the precice case should be set up to take this issue into account?