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Old   October 1, 2021, 11:51
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Originally Posted by GerhardHolzinger View Post
Let me share a recent observation of mine.

I simulated axi-symmetric gas flow in a long pipe. As the domain is quite large, the simulation was run using several parallel processes. The scotch decomposition created a processor boundary, which zic-zags through the pipe.

The part of the processor boundary, which is parallel to the flow, seems to create some disturbance in the pressure field. Luckily, the disturbance does not blow up the simulation, yet it's quite interesting.

The attached images show the pressure field. The involved subdomains are shown as white wireframes.



Hi.. Were yoou able to eliminate the zig zags in the parallel subdomains?
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