|January 24, 2012, 20:09||
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I'm doing a study on a submarine in deep water,
but I have a problem when I star with doing a potentialFoam -writep:
--> FOAM FATAL ERROR:
No valid model for viscous stress calculation.
From function forces::devRhoReff()
in file forces/forces.C at line 113.
Is someone have an idea of where it's coming from?
Thanks a lot!!
|April 17, 2012, 07:35||
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Maybe it's too late for you..
.. it should because of the "force" function in your controlDict, it will use viscous stress to calculate the force..
so just commend it off when using potentialFoam..
|June 13, 2014, 04:58||
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potentialFoam has an option -noFunctionObjects that overrides the function subdictionary of controlDict
|no valid model, potentialfoam, stress calculation|
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