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Old   May 20, 2013, 08:13
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Hello all,
Do fsi solver for turbulent flow in there, if so, what solver
Is it possible to replace resolving the laminar flow to turbulent flow solutions In icostructfoam solver

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Dear Soheil
there is icoFsiFoam in extended version of OpenFOAM (1.6-ext), but i guess as it derived from icoFoam, its and a laminar solver, maybe you need to start reading the code and apply several changes on it to prepare it for turbulence flow
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