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Old   August 19, 2010, 22:10
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I am trying to adapt the offsetCylinder mesh to work with a les turbulent model. As of now I have created a new folder combining the mesh from offset cylinder and the 0 and system folders from the pisoFoam les model (incompressible). The code can generate the mesh through blockmesh, but when I run the code using the pisoFoam solver I get the following error.

keyword left is undefined in dictionary "home/...../lescylinder/0/p: :boundaryField"

I looked at the P file and there is no "left" term found. I believe this is created from the (non-congruent) constant and 0 system files but I am not sure.

Any advise would be much appreciated.
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