|September 27, 2013, 15:21||
run Co for decomposed cases
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Does anybody know how to run Co command to calculate the Courant number for the decomposed case? I finished a parallel computation with 16 CPUs, and then there are 16 separate folder for each processors. Now I want to calculate the Courant number for one the time instant, e.g. 1 ms. If I do not want to reconstruct the decomposed case, How can I run Co command? I have checked the Co -help but did not find the information I want. I do think the option -parallel is applicable for my demand.
Thank you very much for your help.
|September 27, 2013, 20:57||
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Yes, you should be able to run Co the same way you ran your solver, i.e. using the option "-parallel".
In addition, you can use the "-time" option for running for a single time instance, e.g. with foamJob:
foamJob -s -p Co -time 0.001
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