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Old   October 6, 2010, 13:12
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Hello,

how is it possible to monitor residuals (e.g. V-Mom) in user defined subdomains in the solver manager?

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It isn't. Simply create a separate domain instead of a subdomain.
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Michael: thank you!

but due to the whole interface stuff it seams expensive to define. Is it possible on a point (or element), for instance with "probe()"? Im often searching for the hidden variables. Is there a list?

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It isn't that expensive. If you have a 3d volume modeled for the subdomain anyway, then using it to create a separate domain will automatically create the domain interfaces, because the nodes are shared. There is some overhead of course, but comparatively speaking it's relatively minor compared to the amount of CFD calculations that have to be done for a 3D job. You can test it if it concerns you that much.

You cannot monitor residuals at finer than the domain level.
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ok. thank you very much.
maybe another question to this topic. it would be helpful, if there is a chance to set residual targets for different domains. do you know how?

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Hello,

how is it possible to monitor residuals (e.g. V-Mom) in user defined subdomains in the solver manager?

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ok. thank you very much.
maybe another question to this topic. it would be helpful, if there is a chance to set residual targets for different domains. do you know how?

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No, there is no way to do this on a domain by domain basis, only equation by equation.
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