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Old   July 1, 2020, 16:19
Default Error running a Tutorial Simulation RAs-LRR
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Dear All,


I am sorry to disturb you but I would like to ask if someone can give me some hints to solve a problem I have.


I am not a professional, I am only interested to carry out some CFD simulation with this open source software so as to learn something.



To make it easy, I am carrying out a Tutorial (https://www.cfd.at/sites/default/fil...ExampleSix.pdf).


I followed the brief: generating the file R, later changed turbolenceProperties file to LRR:


Code:
simulationType RAS;

RAS
{
    RASModel        LRR;
 //   RASModel        kEpsilon;

    turbulence      on;

    printCoeffs     on;
}
I get an error that I am not able to understand:



Code:
--> FOAM FATAL IO ERROR: 
keyword div((nu*dev2(T(grad(U))))) is undefined in dictionary "/home/giacomo/OpenFOAM/giacomo-7/run/Tutorialintermedi/BackwardFacingStep_basecaseLRR/system/fvSchemes.divSchemes"

file: /home/giacomo/OpenFOAM/giacomo-7/run/Tutorialintermedi/BackwardFacingStep_basecaseLRR/system/fvSchemes.divSchemes from line 30 to line 37.

    From function const Foam::entry& Foam::dictionary::lookupEntry(const Foam::word&, bool, bool) const
    in file db/dictionary/dictionary.C at line 573.

FOAM exiting
I like to pinpoint that I made also the kEpsilon and kOmega turbolent simulations and they worked fine. I got this problem only with the LRR one. I am not able to understand why that formula is undefined.


I am using the last version of Openfoam.

Do someone has experienced this problem? I have attached the whole project folder, through the dropBox link:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4qnyopqhyc...ation.zip?dl=0


Thank you in advance for every your reply!
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Old   July 1, 2020, 17:21
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add the following into "fvSchemes" under "divSchemes":

div((nu*dev2(T(grad(U))))) <numerical scheme of choice>;

For example:

div((nu*dev2(T(grad(U))))) Gauss linear;

The error hints you that a numerical scheme necessary for the equation term "div((nu*dev2(T(grad(U)))))" is missing.
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or download from
https://github.com/ziolai/software/t...tress_R_manual
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