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Old   October 18, 2013, 09:08
Default Implicit Solver in OpenFOAM tuturials
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are there any solver for implicit case time stepping (Backward Euler)?
are there any body test the implicit case meshing?

If any, could you please provide me all details?

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Old   October 18, 2013, 16:29
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Meshing and solver are two different things here. I think there is other part of the forum where the solver question may have better answers.

I don't know if the solver can have an impact on the way to generate the mesh (they have to be compatible, but I assume that if you pick both in OpenFoam functions, it will be).

Did you tried to ask to your favourite search engine the key words "openfoam implicit|euler" or something like that?

Hope you will find what fits your needs,

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