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Hi FOAMer,
I want to solve the enthalpy equation as follows:
\frac{\partial H}{\partial t} = \nabla(K\nabla T),
where I want solve the equation for H, so I want use the value of T from previous time steps as the equation is non linear. Is that the following way is right :
fvm::ddt(H) = fvc::laplacian(K,T) ???
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