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Old   December 3, 2021, 06:56
Default Can not Edit .C after the Implementation
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Hi,

I recently tried to implement my own kEpsilon turbulence model and i connected that modal to a pitzdaily tutorial, just to see whether my implementation is successful and it worked but with the default values.

since it worked, i tried to in put my own Cmu,C1, C2,C3.... values, it does not let me save the file but instead it is making a duplicate file as shown in the picture No 1,

In the Picture No 2 shows how my sakunkEpsilon.C file looks like. Now my every single ".C" files are look like picture No 2 as well (in both my main openfoam installation folder and copy of main openfoam ).


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