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Old   January 10, 2023, 13:47
Question Problem with the IcoFoam solver
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Dear all,
Im a beginner in Open Foam so it could be that the problem is obvious but also after searching online I couldnt find something. I tried to do the elbow tutorial with the help of following video :
After the meshing, evrythng looked fine but as soon as i trie to execute the icoFoam solver following error apears.

-> FOAM FATAL ERROR: (openfoam-2212)
cannot find file "/home/alaur/elbow/0/p"

From virtual Foam::autoPtr<Foam::ISstream> Foam::fileOperations::uncollatedFileOperation::rea dStream(Foam::regIOobject&, const Foam::fileName&, const Foam::word&, bool) const
in file global/fileOperations/uncollatedFileOperation/uncollatedFileOperation.C at line 561.

FOAM exiting


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