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Old   December 17, 2009, 05:50
Default GAMG does not work using the regionCouple-BC
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Hi all,

I'm using OpenFOAM 1.5-dev in order to calculate conjugate heat transfer. This works fine, but when I want to solve the p-Equation in one region only using GAMG I get the following massage:

Unknown GAMGInterface type regionCouple.
Valid GAMGInterface types are :
4
(
cyclicGgi
ggi
cyclic
processor
)

When using any other solver (e.g. PCG) everything works fine.

Has someone a hint for me?

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Herbert
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Me again,

I'm not sure if it was possible to change the boundaryType while the solver is running. This should solve the problem, but I don't know how to implement.
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