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Old   November 3, 2008, 07:36
Default Hi all, At this moment, I'm
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Hi all,

At this moment, I'm doing that the "coupledMatrix(implicit coupling problem)" class can be worked in OpenFOAM 1.5 version. coupledMatrix itself had no problem in compiling in OpenFOAM 1.5. But, the other suffs which are related to "coupled" patch had some problems. Of course, I've modified some parts of these stuffs and compiled sucessfully. When I runed the test case which is called "conjugateHeatFoam", this solver gave me some serious errors which are related to find out the name of "shadowRegion". I realized that there are lots of updated code in OpenFOAM 1.5. Therefore, I wasn't sure if the modified parts can effect the other solving procedures. Especiall, I've found out that the "SlicedGeometricField" class has new calling part "correctionBoundaryConditions()". Here is my question. If I disable these calling part by commenting, are the other solving proecedure affected by doing this?
Is there anybody trying to update region coupling funcionality in OpenFOAM 1.5(actually implicit coupling problem in OpenFOAM)?

Thanks in advance
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