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Old   June 24, 2016, 13:51
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Hey guys,

I've been working to set up rhoCentralFoam in parallel by modifying the wedge tutorial. I'm using snappyHexMesh to mesh around an stl file to recreate the wedge shape, and run the entire case in a parallel configuration. When I run the series case, it runs perfectly, but in parallel I keep getting a floating point exception which I can't make heads or tails of. I'm pretty confident after checking the mesh with both checkMesh and paraView that the mesh has been set up correctly. This seems like something to do with the solver itself. I've attached to log file with the error.

wtest - log.rhoCentralFoam.docx

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