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Old   December 23, 2007, 07:59
Default hi, guys,i have just started l
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hi, guys,i have just started learing openFoa ,and i came across some problems in creating a solver, and how can i use a solver i download . Maybe it sounds like a stupid question, but because none of my firends has ever used openFoam, here is the only place i can get help,can anyone give me some advice? i really appreciate your help
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Old   December 27, 2007, 14:52
Default Feng, Hint: Use icoFoam as a
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Feng,
Hint: Use icoFoam as a helpful example.

Go to the directory where the icoFoam source code lives and look in the Make subdirectory. You will put your new code in (note that the user name gets assembled into the path)
~/OpenFOAM/feng-1.4.1/applications
with a similar Make subdirectory. You will need to edit the Make/files.
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