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Old   April 30, 2010, 12:56
Default conjugateHeatFoam:given field does not correspond to patch
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Hi everybody,

I was trying to simulate a CHT problem, a 2d cylinder in cross-flow, by means of conjugateHeatFoam. I think everything it's ok in the settings and in particular:

------------------- SOLID SIDE--------------------
interface
{
type regionCouple;
nFaces 80;
startFace 1150;

shadowRegion region0;
shadowPatch sphere;
attached on;
}

-------------------FLUID SIDE-------------------
sphere
{
type regionCouple;
nFaces 80;
startFace 15920;

shadowRegion solid;
shadowPatch interface;
attached on;
}

this should be ok since the interface patch is correctly defined on both side in the boundary files.
However I get the following error message when I try to run it:

given field does not correspond to patch. Patch size: 80 field size: 0

From function PatchToPatchInterpolation::faceInterpolate(const Field<Type> ff)
in file /home/nettis/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-1.5-dev/src/OpenFOAM/lnInclude/PatchToPatchInterpolate.C at line 133.

FOAM aborting

Any idea about that??
thanks in advance,

Dino
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Old   April 30, 2010, 13:40
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ok,

I found the problem, the remoteField in the BCs was declared as DT in the T file!!
Have a nice weekend.
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