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Old   August 25, 2009, 17:01
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Hi everybody,

I am using OpenFoam for nearly 3 months and I have read its documents (user manual and programmer manual), but I can not use the advanced abilities of it like editing the source files.

Please excuse me for asking such a question, but can anyone tell me how can I learn the advanced parts of the OpenFoam? In other words what is the easiest way to learn using OpenFoam with its complete effectiveness.

Thanks very much
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Old   August 26, 2009, 03:40
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Hi Mani,

There are many companies and institutes that organize (advanced) courses in OpenFOAM. These include e.g. Wikki, Icon, OpenCFD, Gompute,University of Zagreb (FSB) in Croatia and Chalmers University in Sweden. Also, Icon organizes courses at/around the Open Source CFD Conference 2009. Just search for "advanced course OpenFOAM" in Google and you'll find a lot.

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Old   August 27, 2009, 08:35
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Dear Gijs

Thanks very much for your reply, But I don't have access to those courses. Is'nt there any other ways?

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