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Old   March 21, 2014, 09:34
Default OF2.3: GAMG Processor Agglomeration when solving for p_rgh
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Hello all,

I'm currently working on a problem using the buoyantPimpleFoam solver, which solves for p_rgh instead of p.
I thought I'd give the new processor agglomeration option in the GAMG solver a shot, but I'm having difficulties getting it to work. I'm using the GAMG solver for the p_rgh equation, and the h equation. When i use it in the h equation, it works (prints out statistics in the run log), but nothing seems to happen when i use it for the p_rgh equation. Am I missing something, or is it simply not an option here?

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