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Old   April 6, 2021, 06:39
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Hello!


i am currently working on a simulation with chtMultiRegionFoam and i m stuck with the
"FOAM::error:rintStack(Foam::0stream&) at ??:?" error.
I know that it means that i am dividing soemthing by zero, but i have no idea where, i allready checked my boundary conditions etc.


So my idea was, that changing the DebuggingSwitches from the etc/controlDict might help me. I read that I should copy this file into my project directory and change it there.



My question? Where do i put this file? or should i just add the debugSwitches to my system/controldict file?
Is this even the smartest way?
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