I run my case on a cluster. Wh
I run my case on a cluster. When my case has the size of 100*100*200, it goes well. But once the size increase to 128*128*256, something unexpected occurs. When I use decomposePar utility (which seems to be only a single node version?) to distribute my mesh to each processor, the error told me the memeory is not sufficient and the run crash.
I know that some software packages exsist which can be used to decompose mesh in parallel. Can the decomposePar utility be modified to meet the large size decomposition? If yes, I want to do something on decomposePar.
decomposePar is not very memor
decomposePar is not very memory efficient so will run out of memory (Guess you have a 32bit machine so only 2Gbytes of address space)
It could be made a bit more efficient but that would only get you a bit further.
Making it run truly parallel would be much harder since even the mesh files themselves will be too big for a single machine.
The real solution would be to do everything in parallel, from mesh generation down to postprocessing.
(unfortunately blockMesh cannot do parallel mesh generation)
And what would be the recommen
And what would be the recommended mesh generator for this task?
Would gambit do the job?
Would gmsh do the job?
Would I still need to convert from gambit/gmsh/other to foam, right? In this case, would I have the same problem of memory when using, say, fluentMeshToFoam?
Thanks a lot.
I haven't heard of any paralle
I haven't heard of any parallel mesh generators out there.
My guess your best bet is to get a 64bit machine to do the decomposePar and reconstructPar and postprocessing. OpenFOAM runs fine on 64bit machines.
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