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sita August 30, 2005 04:42

Hello, I am trying to solve
 
Hello,

I am trying to solve a 2-phase flow problem using bubbleFoam. Is there some documentation on how this solver works (like: which equations are solved? What is the meaning of the constants used? I tried studying the source files and that helped, but didn't make things completely clear to me...)?
And is there documentation on the rest of the solvers?
Oh, one last question: Is there a version of the User Guide newer than the version 1.0 (8th December 2004)? Somehow I get the impression that OpenFOAM can do much more than what is listed in this User Guide.

Thanks in advance,

Sita

henry August 30, 2005 04:48

As we have said before we will
 
As we have said before we will write more documentation when we have money to pay for it. Currently OpenCFD has a total income this year of $400 to cover all developments, release, maintenance and documentation and as you can imagine that doesn't go very far.

sita August 30, 2005 07:34

Wow... sorry for asking...
 
Wow... sorry for asking...

henry August 30, 2005 07:38

You could of course pay us to
 
You could of course pay us to write the documentation you require.

sita August 31, 2005 03:44

That would be interesting, how
 
That would be interesting, how much would I need to pay you for some explanation on bubbleFoam? I'll ask my boss if there's some budget left to buy me manuals.

henry August 31, 2005 03:46

Contact us through enquiries a
 
Contact us through enquiries and we can discuss a support contract which will cover your needs.


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