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Default Trouble with journal file reading wall boundary condition
James Willie
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Hello All,

I have created a journal file to read in a 2D case. The file is breaking down when it gets to the place where it is reading the boundary conditon. The error i am getting is:

no ; Shear Boundary Condition [shear-bc-noslip]: Change current value? [no]
Error: eval: unbound variable
Error Object: no
Invalid length

When do it from the command prompt in fluent, it does not return this error.

Any idea what is wrong?

Thanks in advance for the help.

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