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Old   April 22, 2013, 15:01
Default dsmcFoam: reconstuctPar -region foobar
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Hi Foamers

I'm using dsmcFoam and strugle with the huge amount of data produced when having some 10^7 molecules in the domain. I need to retrieve the ratio of certain particle types in a given area. To avoid processing all particles in ParaView I intended to split the case into sub-domains. So I use topoSet and spiltMeshRegions to do that.
When running
reconstructPar -region foobar
however, no reconstruction is taking place
All I get is
No FV fields
No point fields
No lagrangian fields
When reconstructing without a region selected, the whole case get reconstructed fine.

Any idea how to decompose/reconstruct a dsmcFoam simulation, including the lagrangian fields?
Or any idea how to get particle type relations from sub-domains? Any suggestion is welcome.

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