|January 29, 2012, 02:04||
How to extract Ax=B from solver for debugging
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I'm current viewing through the source code for icoFOAM. However I'm really interest in the actually matrix A and B in the Ax=B. I'm planning on tweaking the solver a litle and want to see the actual change on the A and B matrix for debugging purpose. I'm a little stuck as writing the A, the x, the B matrix out to a ascii file for analysis..
Any help is appreciated!!!
|January 29, 2012, 08:15||
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You can find some information in this page of the wiki:
I hope it helps,
|January 30, 2012, 09:32||
Santiago Marquez Damian
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Hi Sontac, I think the perfect tool for you is gdbOF
it is a tool attachable to gdb that helps you to extract FOAM data from memory in a transparent way, in your case you have to use the gdbOF tool
which dumps the matrix to a file
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