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hannes January 26, 2013 09:25

Capability of coupledMatrix
 
Hello,

I'm wondering, if the coupledMatrix stuff in OF1.6-ext is the right thing for the following case: I have two scalar equations for two quantities on the same grid, where both variables appear in both equations.

So far I only remember cases where e.g. the temperature in two domains was coupled. Are there further examples?

Regards, Hannes

fumiya January 26, 2013 12:44

Hi,

You can search by the keyword "blockCoupledScalarTransportFoam"
to find the information. I think the following thread is a good starting point:

http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/ope...-set-pdes.html

Hope that helps,
Fumiya

pbohorquez January 27, 2013 06:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by hannes (Post 404180)
Hello,

I'm wondering, if the coupledMatrix stuff in OF1.6-ext is the right thing for the following case: I have two scalar equations for two quantities on the same grid, where both variables appear in both equations.

So far I only remember cases where e.g. the temperature in two domains was coupled. Are there further examples?

Regards, Hannes

Yes, there are further examples. Please have a look at Klas Jareteg slides, report, code and tutorials for 'Block-coupled calculations in OpenFOAM'. You can find them in http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/kurser/OS_CFD/

Best, Patricio

hannes February 3, 2013 07:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by pbohorquez (Post 404291)
Yes, there are further examples. Please have a look at Klas Jareteg slides, report, code and tutorials for 'Block-coupled calculations in OpenFOAM'. You can find them in http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/kurser/OS_CFD/

Best, Patricio

That report looks enlighting on the first sight. I'll dig into it. Thanks for the hint!

Regards, Hannes


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