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Default Post-process decomposed case after a simulation
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I have simulated a case with reactingFoam using 4 cores (decomposed case). Now I have solutions (p, U etc..) at various time steps in different processor folders.

I wish to do a conventional post-processing using command line utility

postProcess -func vorticity

How can this be done on a decomposed case without reconstructing the solution?
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