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Old   April 21, 2011, 09:04
Default Can I perform sliding mesh calculations in parallel?
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Hi,

I'd like to know if I can now do sliding mesh calculations in parallel in OpenFOAM, either on a released version such as 1.6 or a freely-available development version.

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Old   April 27, 2011, 06:01
Default Query on parallelization of Sliding mesh (GGI-enabled) Calculation for Stirred Tanks
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I had posted a query on this a few days back.

Just wanted to clarify that the last status I was aware of (about 2 years ago) about this capability was that you could do a sliding mesh calculation using the GGI provided the GGI was entirely on one processor. The understanding I had was that work was being done to make the parallelization more general, so that the code would work with any parallel decomposition algorithm (e.g., metis), even with the GGI decomposed on different patches. I basically wanted to understand if that had made it to the public release by now.

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