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dear all,
In my LES case, everything worked fine until the reconstruction part.
in the 0 directory, there are U, p, nuSgs, B, nutilda and k. I decomposed the case and ran it in parallel. In each directory of processorX(0,1,2..), the k file existed, but when I ran reconstructPar, this utility reconstructed all the other files with the exception of k
here it is:
Code:
Time = 1

Reconstructing FV fields

    Reconstructing volScalarFields

        nuSgs
        pMean
        p
        pPrime2Mean

    Reconstructing volVectorFields

        U
        U_0
        UMean

    Reconstructing volSymmTensorFields

        UPrime2Mean

    Reconstructing surfaceScalarFields

        phi
        phi_0

Reconstructing point fields

No point fields

No lagrangian fields

End.
I've done some other cases and reconstructPar worked all fine. BUT why this time it's not working?
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