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Old   March 13, 2007, 10:50
Default Hi. I am just beginning to
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Hi.

I am just beginning to work with OpenFoam and was wondering if anyone could point me to an example that might accelerate my work.

I am setting up a diffusion simulation which operates in two neighbouring domains, each of which is governed by different physics. There is an interfacial plane between the two domains where a BC is applied with values of some of the local field variables.

Is there some kind of generic template I could look at to learn some of the methodology for setting up a simulation that runs with coupled variables in two domains whose physics have different governing equations??

thanks.

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Old   March 13, 2007, 12:08
Default Hi Ken, Look for conjugate
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Hi Ken,

Look for conjugate heat transfer problems, either on the discussion forum conjugateFoam or on the wiki page HeatTransfer.

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