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HP February 9, 2005 09:26

DPM Standard Laws?
 
Is it possible for someone to find the standard routines for the DPM laws (not just to call them but to see the open code)? (I am not quite sure, but I think I had heard that FLUENT published them on internet? Does anybody know where?)

Allan Walsh February 9, 2005 14:31

Re: DPM Standard Laws?
 
A year or so ago, they were on this site, cfd-online. Look in the resources section to see if they still are.

HP February 10, 2005 09:23

Re: DPM Standard Laws?
 
Thank you for you response. I searched in the resources section but I unfortunately didn't find anything. The link has been probably removed.

So if someone knows another link to the standard dpm laws, or has kept them from the old one (or even wrote them to practice and want to share them), please contact me!

I am writing my own devolatilization law, and I would like to have the standard laws to use them as a guide. (I think that they should had been incorporated in first place in the udf user guide as examples.)

Thanks in advance, Ilias

ian.maes April 3, 2012 11:14

Hi Ilias,

We're seven years later, but I'm dealing with the same situation as you in 2005 :)
Did you ever find information on how to write your own devolatilization law?
I would be very grateful if you could help me out in any way!

Hope to hear from you,

Kind regards,

Nicholas

kingjewel1 April 5, 2012 04:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by ian.maes (Post 352949)
Hi Ilias,

We're seven years later, but I'm dealing with the same situation as you in 2005 :)
Did you ever find information on how to write your own devolatilization law?
I would be very grateful if you could help me out in any way!

Hope to hear from you,

Kind regards,

Nicholas

Doesn't OPENFoam have their own code for that?


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