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Old   August 1, 2015, 09:32
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Hello Everybody,

I have created a new boundary condition modifying an existing boundary condition in openFOAM. The boundary works well when I run a simulation on serial. But it crashes giving an error when I run in parallel.

The boundary condition which I modified is 'atmBoundaryLayerInletVelocity'. In this BC i have added a variable named var. When I run the simulation in parallel I get the following error :

Code:
keyword var is undefined in dictionary "/home/Desktop/allumströmungcases/wien_north/processor3/0/U.boundaryField.North"
However it runs smoothly when I run it in serial. Does anyone have an idea why its happening? Looking forward to hear from you guys.

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