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Old   August 2, 2010, 06:35
Default Extending OpenFOAM ::: error
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I am writing a solver for simulating mixing of 3 liquids of mass fractions alpha0 , alpha1 and alpha2 .... I have extended the twoLiquidMixing Foam solver to include 3 components mentioned above . The source is compiled ok but on running for a test case .... i get the following error .
Please can anyone suggest how to overcome this :

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Reading field alpha0
word::stripInvalid() called for word alpha0
    For debug level (= 2) > 1 this is considered fatal
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Old   August 3, 2010, 15:31
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may be in ur case study file somewhere there is hidden file or with ~
sometimes these files make mistake
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