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Old   January 1, 2019, 23:44
Exclamation Unknown error in using function "probes" when running OpenFOAM GPU (RapidCFD)
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Dear All,

I tried to do run-time sampling, namely, function "probes" in RapidCFD. There appears an error shown below in my local workstation. Same process was done in HPC and the error is pretty similar. (See attached figures)

It seems that I can do nothing for this error. Here is a clip of my probes function

functionObjectLibs ( "" );

type probes;

outputControl timeStep;
outputInterval 1;

p U

( 4e-07 4.8986e-23 12.5664 )

Best regards,
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