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Old   May 6, 2016, 15:20
Default fluentMeshToFoam: command not found
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Dear all,

I'm a newbie in OF. Trying to convert a mesh from fluent to OF, I get the following error:

fluentMeshToFoam: command not found

I explored plenty of the threads in this forum and unfortunately could not find an answer to this. Besides, I tried to use this command for the elbow tutorial, still getting the same error. I also relocated the elbow tutorial to other directories keeping the mesh file within the folder, still getting the same error! Seems that such a command does not exist at all! Have no idea what else to do. Could someone kindly help me please?


Last edited by arashsilver; May 24, 2016 at 13:31.
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command not found, fluentmeshtofoam, openfoam 3.0.0

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