Hi,

I use two models to solve my physical problem, i.e. I am solvimg my problem partially in 3D and partially in 2D which is projection of 3D geometry in x-y plane.

In other words, one model is upon 2D geometry, and second model is upon 3D geometry which is actually the 2D geometry extruded in z-direction.

After obtaining simulation results in 3D i manipulate those results and use them as an input file for 2D model.

Is there any clever and straightforward way in Elmer to couple these models geometries so that i have only one Elmer-model (or geometry) and in effect for my 2D model simulation in that way becomes just post-processing of 3D simulation (currently it is new model simulation). In other words, it would be great if i could only use something like GetLocalSolution subroutine and pull in that way result-data from 3D solver to 2D solver. I doubt it's possible, but...

Thanks!

Cheers,

Spanda