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Hi all,

I am new in the foam-user-group and have a question, which might be answered here:
I have a PDE like the NVS-eqns. and i need to incorporate a known VolScalarfield as a function of space and time into the temporal and spatial derivatives. numericly its clear but i just don't know how to to this in OpenFoam. Maybe somebody could give me a hint how to do this?
thanx in advance.
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