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Old   March 16, 2016, 13:40
Default Solve Navier-Stokes once as function of Dirichlet b.c. for velocity field
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The title of this thread and the contents of my original post were very unclear. Please see my new post:

How to rewrite a standard OpenFOAM solver as a C++ class

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As I understand, you need to calculate the vorticity within a solver.

You can check the vorticity utility and combine it with any incompressible solver you prefer.
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Sorry, the title and contents of my post are very unclear. Please see my new post:

How to rewrite a standard OpenFOAM solver as a C++ class
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