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Old   October 2, 2010, 14:22
Default writing fields with field types "kqRWallFunction"
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Hello Everybody,

I'm trying to write "k" with kqRWallFunction but I get error that this type is not included into the patch field types.

to write "k" with kqRWallFunction I did as below:

olScalarField k (IOobject("k",runTime.timeName(),mesh,IOobject::NO _READ,IOobject::AUTO_WRITE), mesh,dimensionedScalar("k",dimensionSet(0,2,-2,0,0,0,0),0.1),"kqRWallFunction");
k.write();

If I follow above mentioned way then I get error but If I use fixedValue instead of kqRWallFunction, then I dont get any error. But I want to use kqRWallFunction.

Can you guys please guide me, how to do it?

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