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Old   March 29, 2011, 14:51
Default boundaryFoam vs. channelFoam
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Dear Foamers,

i do not really know much about c++ and how to program a new solver. Therefore i just combined the channelFoam solver with buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam to get use of the ability of cyclic inlet outlet. Now i realized that the boundaryFoam solver use a similar code. Can someone tell me what's the difference? Which would be better for constant massflow? And how do i get delta p (ptot outlet-ptot inlet) after simulation?

Thanks in advance
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