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Old   August 18, 2020, 04:35
Question Backtrace error - elements not defined
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Hi everyone,

I'm trying to run a simulation of a coal fired burner. As basis I use the tutorial coalChemistryFoam, which I changed accordingly. Under constant/foam.inp I recorded several reactions. If I try to start the simulation I get a backtrace with the hint: "Elements not defined in ..../constant/foam.inp". Thereupon I tried to define elements accordingly but that did not work either.

The error message is attached.
Why can't I get it to run?

Can someone help me?
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