# passive scalar with simpleFoam

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 March 13, 2014, 16:33 passive scalar with simpleFoam #1 Member   Join Date: Feb 2014 Posts: 50 Rep Power: 4 Hi all, I am new to OpenFOAM software. I ran a simulation of a Jet in a crossflow simulation using simpleFoam. I need to add a passive scalar transportation equation to the simpleFoam solver. I went through the following example. http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/Ho...ure_to_icoFoam But my problem of including passive scalar transportation equation with a turbulent Schmidt number is slightly different from this example. So, How do I add a passive scalar transport equation to the simpleFoam solver? Appreciate any guidance on this issue. Thank you.

 February 29, 2016, 10:53 #2 Senior Member     Tobias Holzmann Join Date: Oct 2010 Location: Leoben (Austria) Posts: 1,519 Blog Entries: 6 Rep Power: 27 I think your problem is solved now or ? __________________ Best regards, Tobias Holzmann Some interesting OpenFOAM tutorials, publications and videos on www.Holzmann-cfd.de OpenFOAM Beginners should check out the new wiki on wiki.openfoam.com A list of some active OpenFOAM contributers can be found »here« A book about the basics of »Mathematics, Numerics, Derivations and OpenFOAM« can be found on www.Holzmann-cfd.de

 March 1, 2016, 11:07 #3 Member   Join Date: Feb 2014 Posts: 50 Rep Power: 4 Yes I managed to solve that. Thanks Tobi

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