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Old   April 13, 2010, 17:31
Default Cubit --> Openfoam problems
James Baker
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I am currently using Cubit software and when I try to export a file as a fluent-type file that has more than a few volumes or Boundary conditions, it gives me the error when I run fluentMeshToFoam:
Read zone1:6 name:fluid_5 patchTypeID:fluid
Reading zone data
Read zone1:7 name:fluid_6 patchTypeID:fluid
Reading zone data
Read zone1:8 name:fluid_7 patchTypeID:fluid
Reading zone data
Read zone1:9 name:fluid_8 patchTypeID:fluid
Reading zone data
a fluid fluid_

Attempt to get back from bad stream

file: IStringStream.sourceFile at line 0.
From function void Istream::getBack(token&)
in file db/IOstreams/IOstreams/Istream.C at line 39.

FOAM exiting

Any ideas?
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