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Old   November 22, 2013, 09:41
Default Body forces in OpenFOAM
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Dear All,

I am trying to figure out how to use (or implement, if it has not been done, yet) body forces in OpenFOAM.

Let's say that I have a mesh and I want to insert a constant body force in some cells. How can I do this?

Thanks a lot,
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Propeller dynamics/body force model

above thread will help
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Thank you very much charles.

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