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Old   September 19, 2011, 09:40
Default initial solution for a two phase simulation
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Thanks for your help.

I want to use the tool swak4Foam to set the velocity and volume fraction in the cell zones of a domain.
I have went through the wiki page of this tool.
There are many thing I don not understand.
Is the tool already include in OF 2.01. or do I need to install it?
If I need to install it myself how do I do exactly?
I just want to set a the exact value for the volume fraction in one zone of my mesh? How can I do?
I have the field for velocity for one region of my mesh. How can I set it with swak4Foam?

Thanks for your help. I am a bit confuse. I can't find clear instructions in the forum on the various topics treating this question.
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