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Old   April 3, 2013, 10:01
Default Solving independent equations
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Fabian Wein
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Hi, I'm not that firm with OF, so it might be a silly thing I oversee ...

I solve one transient equation for h, where h has varying BC, coded in 0/h via boundaryField/inlet.

Then I want to solve a second equation for lambda, however the code in 0/h is executed. OF says it solves for lambda but does not use the 0/lambda/boundary/inlet code.

Is this a bug? What could I possibly have done wrong?


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