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Old   May 2, 2012, 05:17
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Hello Guys,
I have a simple question,
I have tried the case in simpleFoam, it is working fine
Now
I am trying to run the same case in MRFSimpleFoam, for this,
1) What are the corrections I need to do, in my files.
2) I have copied my simpleFoam polyMesh folder in to MRFSimpleFoam/ fanTest folder
3) the I have executed blockMesh, while comparing the polyMesh folder with mixerVessle2D, cellZone file is missing.

what should I do? give me your suggestions please

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