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Old   April 2, 2014, 08:33
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This question trouble me for a long time:
In piso loop we need to slove pressure poisson equation

fvScalarMatrix pEqn( fvm::Laplacian(rAU,p)== fvc::div(phi) )

I think the phi should be relative phi if mesh is moving ,but in icoDyMFoam the
phi is absolute phi when solving pressure poisson equation.Is this a bug or not ?
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Hi Jinbin,

Currently there is rel/abs flux correction in the OpenFOAM-2.3.x pimpleDyMFoam solvers. I'm not sure which version of icoDyMFoam you are looking at but inspecting the pimpleDyMFoam source code might answer your question.

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bug, icodymfoam, peqn, phi

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