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Old   July 12, 2012, 07:28
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There seems to be a problem in my axisymmetric jet case. The wedge boundary condition does not seem to be satisfied. The above mentioned problem happens only in openfoam 210 and 211. It seems to work fine in 201.

I have attached my case directory. Just run blockMesh and then run simpleFoam. Just run it for a few iterations. Then use patchIntegrate phi front or back to find out the mass flux. It should be zero, but its not.

Can anybody please check and tell me why it happens. Tell me even its working perfectly for you
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