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Old   April 19, 2015, 16:05
Question synchronized at the end of each time step for OpenFOAM
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Dear All,

In OpenFOAM, is it synchronized at the end of each time step? Does anybody know about this ? Thank you so much.

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What do you mean by "synchronized"?

MPI synchronization? Yes

Simultaneous solution of all fields? No, not in segregated solvers.
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Thank you for your answer. I mean MPI here. Sorry for the confusion.

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What do you mean by "synchronized"?

MPI synchronization? Yes

Simultaneous solution of all fields? No, not in segregated solvers.
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