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Old   May 30, 2011, 18:11
Default How to generate GGI patch?
Kim Yusik
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Dear foamers,

I am trying to test the icoDyMFoam in openfaom 1.6-ext using an airfoil. What I do is just taking mixerGgi tutorial and replacing geometry (which I
made using pointwise).

But I got 'Floating point exception' error message before iteration starts (see below).

Create time

Create mesh for time = 0

Reading transportProperties

Reading field p

Reading field U

Reading/calculating face flux field phi

Initializing the GGI interpolator between master/shadow patches: insideSlider/outsideSlider
Floating point exception


Basically I tried to follow the Jasek's slide (link below),

It seems that I have a problem with generating interfaces.
I generate two separated surfaces (but identical loacation) and specify
them as different boundaries in pointwise. So I am wondering how people
generate interfaces for general grid interface (ggi) applications.

Thanks in advance.

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