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Old   March 3, 2009, 05:00
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I am doing a project on ice accretion over the aerofoil i have found out the flow properties for incompressible flow using simpleFoam ,and turbFoam .But its difficult in the compressible case what solver should i use further for the compressible case
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Hello,

I have same project like you. I would like to know if you could managed to simulate the ice accretion with openfoam. Would you please give me some hint?

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I am doing a project on ice accretion over the aerofoil i have found out the flow properties for incompressible flow using simpleFoam ,and turbFoam .But its difficult in the compressible case what solver should i use further for the compressible case
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