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Old   July 22, 2023, 23:00
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Hello OpenFOAMERS,
Can anyone guide me on how to fix the following error? I tried both serial and decomposition methods (e.g. scotch, hierarchical) but the problem is not resolving, looking forward to suggestions. Thank You!
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[8] --> FOAM FATAL ERROR: (openfoam-2012)
[8] Inflow velocity point for turbine.blade3.element16 not found in mesh
[8]
[8] From void actuatorLineElement::calculateForce()
[8] in file fvOptions/actuatorLineSource/actuatorLineElement/actuatorLineElement.C at line 468.
[8]
FOAM parallel run aborting
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