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Old   April 27, 2015, 10:53
Default HronTurek Tutorial OpenFoam extend: no flag movement
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Hello together,

I'm quite new to OpenFoam and CFD, so I am currently trying to understand the OpenFoam Tutorials. Since I am going to work on a FSI problem I thought it would be useful to run the "HronTurek" tutorial with the icoFsiElasticNonLinULSolidFoam solver proposed by the openfoam extend version (I work with version 3.1.). The calculation took one week (I couldnt run it in parallel, because of a compilation error...), and in the end the flag did not move at all. After some seconds there was kind of a steady state solution reached.. I didnt change anything in the files, except the writing interval, due to a lack of memory space I dont think that the installation of the extended version didnt work out, because the "flappingConsoleSmall" tutorial with the icoFsiFoam solver worked out well...
Do you have any idea what could have been the mistake?

Thanks in advance!
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