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Old   October 7, 2012, 08:56
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Hi gays
i'm new with openfoam and now its installed at my pc and i can open only (in tutorials) the cavity exemple
my problem is: i will work in a porous media with chemical reaction so
can i use the prous simple case at tutorials and how can i open it with openfoam and see it at paraview
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Old   October 8, 2012, 15:18
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Hi there, I donīt understand your problem. Usually all tutorial cases contain an "allrun" file.
So, just open a new terminal (ctrl+alt+T), an point to (cd @youruser../tutorial/incompressible/porousSimpleFoam/Angled..
and type ./Allrun

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Hi there, I donīt understand your problem. Usually all tutorial cases contain an "allrun" file.
So, just open a new terminal (ctrl+alt+T), an point to (cd @youruser../tutorial/incompressible/porousSimpleFoam/Angled..
and type ./Allrun

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thank you Andres ^^
the fact is when i open Openfoam i can't use anothers tutorial, only the first exemple wich i can open, the cavity one, so for my project i need to work about porous media with chemical reaction so can i use directely the tutorial for that directely with some modification ?
thanks in advance
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Hi there, I donīt understand your problem. Usually all tutorial cases contain an "allrun" file.
So, just open a new terminal (ctrl+alt+T), an point to (cd @youruser../tutorial/incompressible/porousSimpleFoam/Angled..
and type ./Allrun

Slds
thank you Andres ^^
the fact is when i open Openfoam i can't use anothers tutorial, only the first exemple wich i can open, the cavity one, so for my project i need to work about porous media with chemical reaction so can i use directely the tutorial for that directely with some modification ?
thanks in advance
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Old   October 16, 2012, 14:23
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Are you sure that you install openFoam properly??
Open a new terminal and type:
which simpleFoam

You have to get something like this

/opt/openfoam200/platforms/linuxGccDPOpt/bin/simpleFoam

I suggest you to run the simplest cases available in the "run" directory. Like pitzdaily.. in incompressible/simpleFoam folder
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