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Old   November 16, 2005, 07:45
Default Dear all, Where can I find
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Dear all,

Where can I find documentation on engineFoam, dieselFoam and dieselEngineFoam? I am looking for any information on the basic use of the solvers, and what they solve and how they solve it (e.g. in-cylinder gas motion, fuel spray development etc.).


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Old   November 17, 2005, 05:30
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If there is some general info on these solvers, I would be interested as well.
I'm affraid though that this information is not available. If you take a look at the solvers some of your questions will be answered there. If you want I have the paper of Henry Weller on the Weller flamelet combustion model which is implemented in the combustion codes (the model has been expended significantly though).

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