|March 13, 2014, 16:33||
passive scalar with simpleFoam
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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.
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.
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|passive scalar, schmidt, simplefoam|
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