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Old   March 29, 2021, 06:40
Default v2006 sampling function object not working
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Hello everyone!

I am trying to run the verificationAndValidation/atmosphericModels/HargreavesWright_2007/
tutorial in v2006 that ensures a log law profile in a domain. The case has a function object that samples the velocity in different streamwise positions and heights to visualize the logarithmic profile.

When I try to run the tutorial case with the function object (#include "sampleDict") my simpleFoam solver stops at

''Starting time loop''

before going to the first time step.

I wonder how I could make sample utility work with OF v2006. Does anyone have a similar problem?

Thanks in advance
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