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Old   May 30, 2012, 07:18
Default Conjugate heat transfer in reacting flow
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I'm a Ph.D. student majoring in mechanical engineering, working on “Unsteady Conjugate Heat Transfer in reacting flow”.
I faced some questions about OpenFOAM. I’d be so thankful if you could help me.
1. Does OpenFOAM solve this problem (Unsteady Conjugate Heat Transfer in reacting flow)?
2. Which algorithms does OpenFOAM use for conjugate heat transfer?

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Old   May 30, 2012, 15:15
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Hi Dear ali reza
no, it has reacting flow solver (many different combustion model) and conjugate heat transfer solver but you need coding to reach what you want!
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