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Old   November 24, 2012, 16:46
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in my thesis there are velocities around 300 when sound speed is 600 and also there are moving shocks like shock tube.Im confused what solver should I use.until now I thought rhopimplefoam is suitable but now I read some about type of solvers.It was be written that they both now can be used for incomp and comp flows.but im unsure.
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which kind of equation describes your flow? Euler, Navier-Stokes or anything else?

But like you suggested in your other thread, rhoCentralFoam can be a good choice. Perhaps have a look into the source-code of the solvers and the tutorials, which one might fit to your case. Normaly there is a small description of the properties of the solver. Or have a look into the OpenFOAM wiki or this forum.


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