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Old   May 3, 2010, 10:19
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Hallo all,

I have some bad residual behavior on some of my simpleFoam runs and I don't really know why. I think there are a few cells in causing this.
To find these cells I want to do some analysis about local residuals (cell-wise) to find cells with highest residuals,... How can this be done? Is there a way to e.g. save residual field as an additional field and postprocess it? Or something else? Thanks.

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Old   May 4, 2010, 03:30
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Hi Bastil
I don't know your answer but as you know usually cells with high aspect ratio or neighbor cells with high size difference or cells with low equiangles are source of problems.
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