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Lily September 7, 2007 13:38

How to send nonconformal case to parallel
 
I'm using nonconformal grid in a Fluent case. It worked when I was using one single computer, but failed when I tried to put them into parallel calculation. Can anyone tell me how to solve this problem?

Thanks so much.

JAI SHANKAR V P[ September 7, 2007 16:50

Re: How to send nonconformal case to parallel
 
I AM JAI SHANKAR V P . I AM CURRENTLY WORKING AS SENIOR LECTURER WITH SNMIMT IN INDIA .I AM CURRENTLY COMPLEATING MY MASTERS IN PRODUCTION ENGINEERING WITH COCHIN UNIVERSITY OF SCIEANCE AND TECHNOLOGY , KOCHI, KERALA , INDIA

I AM VERY INTRESTED IN THE SUBJECT OF CFD .

CAN I GET ANY HELP FORM YOU IN THE SAME . MY EMAIL ID IS shankarvp@yahoo.co.in

HOPE U WILL HELP ME INTHIS ISSUE

WITH REGARDS

JVP

Andrew Berner September 7, 2007 18:03

Re: How to send nonconformal case to parallel
 
Hi,

If memory serves, the problem has to do with the segmentation of the mesh for parallel distribution across a non-conformal boundary. Fluent 6.3 does this properly, I think, but 6.2 had issues. If you're trying this under fluent 6.3, I think a little more information about your specific case would help in determining the difficulty. This can be made to work under Fluent 6.2, but I think you need to carefully segment the mesh such that either the entire non-conformal interface is within one chunk of the mesh, or that the mesh segments perfectly match the non-conformal interface. I may be off on this-- somebody please correct me if I am. Hope this helps...

Andy

Joe September 8, 2007 08:33

Re: How to send nonconformal case to parallel
 
Continue to post this crap and your IP will be banned, permanently.

Karim September 9, 2007 08:13

Re: How to send nonconformal case to parallel
 
Hey, Jai Why are you so shameless? Can you not understand that nobody is going to teach you CFD. There is a lot of resources in the internet for learning. Just search and read those materials or take a course on CFD in your institute. As a Lecturer, don't humiliate yourself.


Lily September 10, 2007 14:53

Re: How to send nonconformal case to parallel
 
i work under fluent 6.2


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