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Old   August 13, 2019, 15:32
Default fvc::div(Ut) returns infinite value
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Hi guys,

While im solving on ddtfoam(custom solver) with openfoam 2.1.1. div(Ut) returns inf value. How can i solve it?

volVectorField Ut = U + sL*Xi*n;
volScalarField Xisigmat = (n & n)*fvc::div(Ut) - (n & fvc::grad(Ut) & n);
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