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Old   May 28, 2015, 06:36
Default Dymanic load balancing in dynamicRefineFvMesh
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Greetings, dear FOAM'ers.

Does anyone know, is there available version of dynamicRefineFvMesh with dynamic load balancing?

As far as I understood, dynamic load balancing works in dynamicTopoFvMesh. However, I have a case with purely hexahedral mesh where the AMR model used in dynamicTopoFvMesh is not applicable.

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Sorry, I didn't notice this:
Run-Time Parallel Load Balancing
I'll try to port this lib to foam-extend since I'm get used to foam-extend branch.
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