|January 8, 2008, 11:54||
Hi Everyone, I am really be
Dr Yaron Segal
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Jerusalem, Israel
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I am really beginning to use OpenFoam and didn't actually run it yet. So you can say I am a -newbie category.
I would like to run the following case: I make a ball full of hot air, say 100m in diameter and see how the hot air move in a free atmosphere. For the sake of question, there are no initial motions, the ball is homogeneous with temperature and concentration of both air and aerosols, the ambient air have a density and temperature given from a file (sounding).
P.S. you can reply directly to me to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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