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Old   June 16, 2015, 10:57
Default Adding LTSInterfoam to foam-extend 3.1
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Good day,

To start off, i would like to let you know I have OpenFOAM 2.3.1 and foam-extend 3.1 in my computer. I installed foam-extend because i wanted to use swak4foam and had difficulties installing it in OpenFOAM 2.3.1.
Now i want to do some simulation using LTSInterFoam in foam-extend 3.1 but is not there.I can run it of2.3.1 but i want to use swak4foam to do some calculations so thats why I would like to know how add it to foam-extend 3.1 . I tried copying it from of2.3.1 and then compiling it but this led to some erros show in the image below.
I hope someone can help.

Many thanks,
Daneish
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