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request for volScalarField gradUgradUMean from objectRegistry region0 failed

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Old   October 16, 2020, 09:55
Default request for volScalarField gradUgradUMean from objectRegistry region0 failed
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i'm a begginer in using openFOAM and i'm try to calculated the turbulance kinetic energy of the vorticies. After running the simulation i'm interested in some post processing value's. For this I have written a functionObjects called TKEbudgets.H

when i rerun the solver ( mysolver -postProcess -latestTime), I obtain the following error:

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--> FOAM FATAL ERROR:     request for volScalarField gradUgradUMean from objectRegistry region0 failed    available objects of type volScalarField are12(rhokpMeanTMeannutpPrime2MeannudeltapT_0_0TT_0TPrime2Mean
What does it means? gradUgradUMean is a variable needed for the post processing.

I'm using a OF 5.x version.

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