hard to tell without debugging info where things go wrong. As a first try I'd take out the "Eliminate Dirichlet". If you have a pathological case, you could send it to me.
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Martijn, I am astonished that you get convergence at all, especially with the higher Re-numbers. perhaps you could take 2 measures: 1) switch in a turbulence model (k-epsilon, for instance) 2) try to resolve (I do not know how fine your mesh is now) finer around the cylinders And finally, some effec...
Hi Suren, (i) In the NS-source code I can see an internal subroutine LCondensate (for nb > 0) ... what does that do actually? I have coded without this... but got a good result in case of Newtonian fluid (flow law exponent n =1)... including this subroutine doesn't affect/improve the outcomes... Thi...
- 09 Sep 2009, 08:59
- Forum: Installation & compilation
- Topic: Installing Elmer on Debian Lenny
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I'm not 100% sure, but I believe Debian 5.0 provides both VTK (libvtk5-qt4-dev) and OpenCascade (libopencascade-dev). See also http://www.elmerfem.org/wiki/index.php/Debian/Ubuntu_Packages I think the OpenCascade package for Lenny is to be found in Adam Powell's repository (see http://www.opennovat...