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Old   November 19, 2008, 06:35
Default I started working with OpenFoa
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I started working with OpenFoam. A question arose for me:

For compressible rarefied flow, it is suggested to use rhocentralFoam routine. I like to know whether it can solve very low Mach flow? I see the examples of this routine are mostly high Mach number flows. Does it an all speed flow solver?

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