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Old   September 8, 2021, 12:57
Default extract residuals of pUCoupledFoam from log file
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when i use foamLog logFile command, it extract the residuals for some of the fields not all of them,

for example: (in pUCoupledFoam of foam-extend)

BiCGStab: Solving for Up, Initial residual = (1 0.999233 0 0), Final residual = (4.88752e-29 3.02277e-14 0 6.23169e-10), No Iterations 339
time step continuity errors : sum local = 8.48256e-15, global = -9.58014e-21, cumulative = -9.58014e-21
ExecutionTime = 4.91 s ClockTime = 5 s

it seperates the Up_0 residual but not for the Up_1 , Up_2 and Up_3.

can anyone help me ?

is there any command to extract the complete data from log file?
or some modification for foamLog?
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