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Old   October 18, 2012, 13:39
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I've seen the following post related to this...

polynomial thermophysical properties II

... but I was wondering if polynomialTransport & hPolynomialThermo have been implemented since so that they can used together with the ideal gas law for density? Or am I stuck trying to modify solvers and such as in the above post? If someone has an example where they successfully implemented polynomialTransport & hPolynomialThermo with the ideal gas law for density and wouldn't mind sharing, it would be much appreciated. Thanks!
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I've seen the following post related to this...

polynomial thermophysical properties II

... but I was wondering if polynomialTransport & hPolynomialThermo have been implemented since so that they can used together with the ideal gas law for density? Or am I stuck trying to modify solvers and such as in the above post? If someone has an example where they successfully implemented polynomialTransport & hPolynomialThermo with the ideal gas law for density and wouldn't mind sharing, it would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Hi Brock.

Did you succeeded in using of the polynomialTransport together with hPolynomiaThermo?

I am facing the same issue. I have requested this combination on openfoam.org and the result was that I must do it by my own. I am quite new to Openfoam, therefore I ask for any help.

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Martin,

No, I did not have success in solving this issue. I just installed OF 2.2.1 though and haven't specifically looked to see if this was added yet. I'll let you know if I find anything.

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No, I did not have success in solving this issue. I just installed OF 2.2.1 though and haven't specifically looked to see if this was added yet. I'll let you know if I find anything.

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I ve figured it out. It quite easy (after some digging). It is needed to add the model to psiThermos.H and recompile.

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I ve figured it out. It quite easy (after some digging). It is needed to add the model to psiThermos.H and recompile.

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Martin,

This is good news! Could you please give a more detailed explanation of the steps you took to accomplish this? Or point me to where you found instructions? Also, what OpenFOAM version are you currently using?

I look forward to hearing from you!

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This is good news! Could you please give a more detailed explanation of the steps you took to accomplish this? Or point me to where you found instructions? Also, what OpenFOAM version are you currently using?

I look forward to hearing from you!

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It is easy. The models can be combined arbitrary. Lets say that your thermo is hePsiThermo. This thermo is based on psiThermo. The combinations of models are therefore placed in psiThermos.*. So in terminal use something like <find . -name "psiThermos.*">. Open this file and I believe that the rest will be easy for you. (btw. dont forget to include polynomialTransport.H in the header of psiThermos)

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