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I have made a mesh of a river with three outlets al its mouth, and a mesh of the sea, but only connects a single outlet. How could i get the three outlet of river’s mesh to connect with the sea´s mesh, and have a result like the one in the picture?
It is a bit challenging in this case. To simplify I attached an image as an example, It is assumed that there are two grid domains, called domain 1 for main river and three outlets, domain 2 for sea area. You can see that there are 20 crossing cells in the domain 1, so the crossing cells for the domain 2 must be 20 cells too. You can see the IJ index of cells in the outlet by clicking cursor on grid cell. They have same I index ( I=70) and J is different ( J is from 1 to 20). You should distribute 4-4-3 crossing cells from 20 crossing cells of the domain 2 to three outlets of domain 1. After you connect two domains you can expand grid for sea area with basic technique.
Hope it help you much.
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