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solvers:glads [2018/11/29 11:57]
gagliar [Reference]
solvers:glads [2019/09/06 13:17] (current)
gagliar [Known bugs]
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 ==== Known bugs ==== ==== Known bugs ====
 If in parallel a moulin belongs to two partitions, the flux from the moulin is taken into account twice. This is may be not a bug, but the partitioning should avoid to have moulins at the boundary of partitions. The python tool ''​makemoulin.py''​ (in ''​[ELMER_TRUNK]/​elmerice/​Meshers''​) take care to have no duplicated moulins on the boundaries of partitions. ​ If in parallel a moulin belongs to two partitions, the flux from the moulin is taken into account twice. This is may be not a bug, but the partitioning should avoid to have moulins at the boundary of partitions. The python tool ''​makemoulin.py''​ (in ''​[ELMER_TRUNK]/​elmerice/​Meshers''​) take care to have no duplicated moulins on the boundaries of partitions. ​
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 +If running the solver on a 3d internally extruded mesh, one should specify ''​Preserve Edges = True''​ and ''​Preserve Baseline = True''​ in the Simulation section. ​
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 +If running on a "​true"​ 3d mesh, the ''​GlaDSchannelsSolver''​ has to be executed on the 3d body (not the bottom surface body as for the two other GlaDS solvers).  ​
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   *  ''​GlaDSchannelOut''​ has two functions: declare that the ''​Channel Area''​ variable is an edge variable (''​Element = "n:0 e:​1"''​) and create output vtu files for edge variables. ​   *  ''​GlaDSchannelOut''​ has two functions: declare that the ''​Channel Area''​ variable is an edge variable (''​Element = "n:0 e:​1"''​) and create output vtu files for edge variables. ​
  
-Since version Version 8.3 (Rev: b213b0c8), ''​GlaDSchannelOut''​ works for parallel simulation (no more vtk or acscii output, only vtu). These solvers only work in transient. They can be executed either on a 2d plane view mesh defining the bedrock or on the boundary of a 3d mesh. More details about the specificity of the solvers are given below. ​+Since version Version 8.3 (Rev: b213b0c8), ''​GlaDSchannelOut''​ works for parallel simulation (no more vtk or acscii output, only vtu). These solvers only work in transient. They can be executed either on a 2d plane view mesh defining the bedrock or on the boundary of a 3d mesh. If using internal extrusion within Elmer see the [[mesh:​structuredmesh|structured mesh]] page for essential keywords to preserve baseline and edges.  ​More details about the specificity of the solvers are given below. ​
  
  
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