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Default what is difference between using compressible solver and incompressible solver
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hi all

I am trying to make chtmultiregionfoam + interFoam

you know that interfoam is incompressible, so I add a term for scalar.

and now I try to combination with chtmultiregionfoam and interfoam(+scalar)

but the problem is chtmultiregionfoam using compressilble solver.

so is it bad? try to combination chtmultiregionfoam with compressibleinterfoam,

although fluid density only depending on temperature.

thank you.
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