||November 24, 2013 15:15
OpenFOAM offers the most control over simulations?
I am trying to create a thermal simulation in which the youngs modulus increases at a certain rate with time once getting to a set temperature. I understand that this is not a standard simulation and therefore I am thinking of using the solid displacement solver used within OpenFOAM as I have seen that this software package allows the user to have a large amount of control over the simulation (can program your own custom solvers).
Am I correct in thinking that OpenFOAM is one of the only such simulation packages that allows for so much control or would something such as Nastran for example also allow the user to program his own custom solvers?