|February 24, 2010, 12:01||
Advise about solver choice
Join Date: Feb 2010
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I would like to simulate the injection of heat gas into a cavity at ambient temperature. Moreover this cavity has one outlet. This flow features following :
-Ideal gas (heat and cool air)
- Low Mach (<0.3) but we have to consider a variable density, because it varies with the temperature.
-The solver has to solve the energy equation
Could you tell me what is the solver the most appropriate to simulate this problem. I though about buoyantPisoFoam, but I am not sure. If everyone can confirm my choice or purpose me a better idea, it will be wonderful.
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