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Old   August 29, 2016, 09:44
Default Case works on Single Core, but not Multi Core
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I have an OpenFOAM case which runs perfectly fine on a single processor, yet always seems to crash at the "Solve" portion with multicore processing.

I'm using my own implementation of fsiFoam, and was wondering if anyone has encountered a similar problem?

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