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|0003542||OpenFOAM||Feature||public||2020-08-31 09:30||2020-08-31 13:06|
|Status||closed||Resolution||no change required|
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|Summary||0003542: Consistent SIMPLE(C) not available in lagrangian PIMPLE-based solvers|
I was wondering whether there is a particular reason for lagrangian solver class not to support consistent SIMPLE (SIMPLEC) approach within the PIMPLE pressure coupling. I don't consider it a must feature but I'm interested to hear whether it is a rational decision and perhaps related to lagrangian source terms?
Actually, I first noticed this because I was using a consistent keywork in fvSolution but didn't see any difference in solver performace. Perhaps a Warning message could be added to solvers which are not supporting SIMPLEC to prevent user misunderstandings / mistakes.
|Steps To Reproduce||See e.g. sprayFoam solver pEqn.H|
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We don't have any Lagrangian cases for which it would be clearly beneficial.
> Perhaps a Warning message could be added to solvers which are not supporting SIMPLEC to prevent user misunderstandings / mistakes.
It would a substantial undertaking to add and maintain warning messages about functionality not present in all solvers.
||I agree with you, haven't seen any clear benefits either. Thank you for clarification.|
|2020-08-31 09:30||peksa||New Issue|
|2020-08-31 09:37||henry||Note Added: 0011480|
|2020-08-31 09:46||henry||Note Edited: 0011480||View Revisions|
|2020-08-31 09:49||peksa||Note Added: 0011481|
|2020-08-31 13:06||henry||Assigned To||=> henry|
|2020-08-31 13:06||henry||Status||new => closed|
|2020-08-31 13:06||henry||Resolution||open => no change required|