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Old   May 30, 2024, 03:48
Default A problem meeted when I compling the membrane code with OpenFOAM v2112
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Dear all

I am trying to compling the code you given in" Coupling a membrane with pretension to point displacement Michael Alletto - OpenFOAM Wiki" , I installed a fully new verson of openfoamv2112, but when I compuling the code in the source file using wmake, it shows error " cannot convert ‘const Foam::fvMesh’ to ‘const Foam::fvPatch&’ " in "membraneModel/membraneModel.C:69:39:" . I try to solve it but I am failed. Can you help me and tell me how to solve this error?
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