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Old   June 3, 2013, 16:59
Default GGI missing in OF2.1.x installation?
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I am trying to add the solid mechanics solvers package to my current working installation of OF 2.1.x. I downloaded the solids package directly as a tgz file from a post by bigphil, since the GIT repo is down.
When I tried to build it, I got an error message saying that if couldn't find the ggiInterpolation.H file. However, I saw claims that GGI is supposed to be a part of OF2.1... What should I do?
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Old   June 4, 2013, 00:07
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Dear einat

are you trying to add some features of OpenFOAM-extended to standard version of OpenFOAM?
because GGI is a feature in OpenFOAM extended and is not available at standard version, similar feature in standard version is AMI
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Thank you nimasam.
1. In principle yes, the solid mechanics package is part of the Extend project. However, I saw an older post somewhere saying that the libraries needed for it, such as GGI, are now available in the standard version. Is this possible?

2. Where can I get the Extended version, since the sourceforge source is down, and all the mirror GIT servers listed on the Sticky-ed thread hung up or did not respond...
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Thank you nimasam.
1. In principle yes, the solid mechanics package is part of the Extend project. However, I saw an older post somewhere saying that the libraries needed for it, such as GGI, are now available in the standard version. Is this possible?
Im not aware of that , does this library need GGI at all?

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2. Where can I get the Extended version, since the sourceforge source is down, and all the mirror GIT servers listed on the Sticky-ed thread hung up or did not respond...
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its totally in doubt , read this post
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@Einat: I saw just now something that might interest you: Solid Mechanics Solvers added to OpenFOAM Extend - post #69
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I have recently compiled the solidMechanics code on OpenFOAM-2.2.0.
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Thanks wyldckat!
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