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Old   October 29, 2016, 13:07
Default Openfoam - FOAM FATAL IO ERROR: keyword n is undefined in dictionary
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Hi All,

Would someone kindly advise me on solving this error?

i have attached the error message printscreen.

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Quick answer: The error message dialogue states that the keyword "n" is missing from "Front_48" in file "U".

edit: Forgot to mention that you should contact your software provider, in case that boundary condition was created by the GUI.
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