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Old   August 11, 2014, 04:13
Default Potential bug(s) in driftFluxFoam viscosityModel code
Timm Severin
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Servus everyone,

I'm currently trying to understand the driftFluxFoam solver (formerly settlingFoam). While doing so I stumpled upon the reading of the transport dictionary.

Since I'm still trying to learn stuff I'm not 100% certain, but have the impression that the Model::read(...) function tries to read the wrong entries for (at least) the following two classes:
Since those labels do not exist in e.g. this example transportProperties dictionary I would the method should fail, however, the solver runs fine for me.

I assume the error got introduced when converting from the linearly written settlingFoam (OF 2.2.x) to the modular (and hundred times more complex) driftFluxFoam (compare settlingFoam createFields.H).

I would report this as a bug, but since I'm not that familiar with the code I thought I'd ask here first.

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