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Hello
Is it possible to chaHello
Is it possible to change fvmSup.C so that it can be used for volVectorFields oder volTensorfields, too? I tried to add the following lines: template<class> tmp<fvmatrix<type> > Sp ( const volVectorField& sp, GeometricField<type,>& vf ) { const fvMesh& mesh = vf.mesh(); tmp<fvmatrix<type> > tfvm ( new fvMatrix<type> ( vf, dimVol*sp.dimensions()*vf.dimensions() ) ); fvMatrix<type>& fvm = tfvm(); fvm.diag() += mesh.V() * sp.internalField(); return tfvm; } template<class> tmp<fvmatrix<type> > Sp ( const tmp<volvectorfield>& tsp, GeometricField<type,>& vf ) tmp<fvmatrix<type> > tfvm = fvm::Sp(tsp(), vf); tsp.clear(); return tfvm; } Of course it didn't work that way because the dimensions in line "fvm.diag() += mesh.V() * sp.internalField(); " did not fit. Can anybody tell me how to do this right? thanks |

Can't do it at the moment. ThCan't do it at the moment. The matrix support given by the lduMatrix class only allows a scalar diagonal and off-diagonal, which is then through tricks (ugly and painful ones) expanded to a vector diagonal but only in the near-wall cells and for the boundary condition handling.
In order to do this, you need a vector diagonal throughout and for this you will need my new block matrix stuff. However, this is still experimental and I'm considering whether to re-base the whole FVM discretisation on it or not (FEM will definitely go that way). In short, not easy and requires a major rewrite. Hrv |

Okay thank u
you told me inOkay thank u
you told me in another thread that for porous material i only have to solve darcys law. I understand now that the confection term and the diffusion term of the momentum equation are negligible but my problem stay. I don't know how to implement this term for directetd permeabilities. nu/K*U=grad(p) I hoped that it is possible to change fvmSus.C, but as you told me, it isn't. I would be very thankful, if you gave me some more hints. Thanks a lot P.S. I don't know if it matters, but I am looking for symmetric tensorial resistance. Nico |

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