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Old   July 2, 2014, 22:34
Default "creatFields.H" for source file rodFoam.C
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I am a beginner in OpenFoam and trying to learn the basics of OpenFOAM implementation.

I am currently trying to solve the "rodFoam solver" example from the Chalmers online course (slides 160-168).

I would to know more about the "creatFields.H" file creation. Is it the user generated file or the file generated from OpenFOAM (I mean when we execute: foamNewSource App rodFoam)

When i complied the solver : wmake

could not open file creatFields.H for source file rodFoam.C

compilation terminated.

Could you please do let me know, if you ever came across this error? How to make sure the creatFields.H file is linked with rodFoam.C?

Thank you very much and look forward to hear from you soon.

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