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Old   March 3, 2019, 04:42
Default Reporting Bug for leastSquareVolPointInterpolation in OF ext 4.0
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Hello All,


I was working on FSI solution of flexible pipe using icoFsiElasticNonLinearULFoam solver and trying to use cyclicGgi for axisymmetric analysis. But I noticed that in moveSolidMeshLeastSquare part, this solver gives error for interpolation on cyclicGgi patches because of non-matching points. First of all, I guessed that the non-matching is associated with motion of mesh, but that was not the case since i checked the interpolation even before any mesh motion and again it gave mismatch error. Finally I was able to solve the problem by replacing leastSqureVolPointInterpolation class with volpointInterpolation class.


I hope it helps!
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