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Old   February 12, 2012, 08:21
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Greetings, dear Foamers.

Is there any possibility to run icoFsiFoam in parallel? I tried to search on forum and it seems that icoFsiFoam runs only on single core. Does anyone know, this situation changed?

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Old   February 13, 2012, 05:34
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Hi Aleksey,

I have an FSI solver (icoFoam with large strain solid) that works in parallel.

If you PM me your email then I can send it to you.

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Old   May 16, 2012, 16:09
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Hi Aleksey,

I have an FSI solver (icoFoam with large strain solid) that works in parallel.

If you PM me your email then I can send it to you.

Best regards,
Philip
Dear Philip, could send me this solver too? I'm having a lot of difficulties to run FSI in OpenFOAM.

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Hi Paulo,

Send me a private mail with your email address and I will email you the solver and test case.

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Old   October 22, 2012, 14:11
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Dear Philip, could send me this solver too? I'm having a lot of difficulties to run FSI in OpenFOAM.

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i work on FSI solver,icoFsiFoam,but it doesnt work in openFoam 2.1.1,can i have your solver?
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i work on FSI solver,icoFsiFoam,but it doesnt work in openFoam 2.1.1,can i have your solver?
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Hi fatemeh,

The solver has been included in the solidMechanics feature branch of OpenFOAM-1.6-ext, as explained here.

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