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nishant_hull April 15, 2008 08:50

Hi All, I tried installing
 
Hi All,

I tried installing and recompiling your timeVaryingNonuniformFixedValue patch with my OF-1.4.1 installation. But unfortunately I found some error while recompiling it. Can you tell me, what's going wrong?

The error reported is:
lnInclude/fixedValueFvPatchField.C:41: note: Foam::fixedValueFvPatchField<type>::fixedValueFvPa tchField(const Foam::fvPatch&, const Foam::DimensionedField<type,>&) [with Type = double]
make: *** [Make/linuxGccDPOpt/timeVaryingNonuniformFixedValueFvPatchFields.o] Error 1

regards,
Nishant

sega July 1, 2009 10:38

Is this tool going to work with OpenFOAM 1.5?
The file structure of http://openfoamwiki.net/images/d/db/...FixedValue.tgz is not the same as with the current release...

norman1981 July 2, 2009 02:30

Hi,

I used the OpenFOAM-1.5.x for some time and a full working version of the timeVaryingUniformFixedValue was already included in the source packages, therefore I think you could avoid the porting of an old version ;-)

Regards

Norman

sega July 2, 2009 03:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by norman1981 (Post 221156)
Hi,

I used the OpenFOAM-1.5.x for some time and a full working version of the timeVaryingUniformFixedValue was already included in the source packages, therefore I think you could avoid the porting of an old version ;-)

Regards

Norman

Yes, of course. But I am talking about the NONUNIFORM version ...

norman1981 July 2, 2009 04:39

I'm sorry,

you are right, I misread your post.

Regards

Norman

sega July 2, 2009 05:05

No problem. Am I guessing right, that groovyBC is the current 'state of the art' to handle such problems?

norman1981 July 2, 2009 06:30

I think it could be a good choice, it is really versatile to accomplish many different tasks and it is easy to set-up (the contrib web page also contains many examples).

Norman

gschaider July 2, 2009 07:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by sega (Post 221178)
No problem. Am I guessing right, that groovyBC is the current 'state of the art' to handle such problems?

Depends (not sure what the timeVaryingNonuniform actually does). The time-dependence can be read from a file but for the spatial dependence currently only analytical expressions are possible (no reading of velocity profiles from files) only "analytical" expressions


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