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Old   January 9, 2006, 10:38
Default Openfoam development?
Hao Meng
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Hi all,

I wonder if there is any course/Phd programme based on Openfoam development in any universities or institutes.

Could anyone recommend references for self study.

I am a beginner of CFD but with great passion.

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Old   January 9, 2006, 13:57
Default Re: Openfoam development?
Hrvoje Jasak
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There is a number of groups around that are using OpenFOAM in their research or are trying to adopt it for future projects. I don't think there's a central reference, but a good starting point would be a visit to the OpenFOAM user forum:

As for the self study and similar, I would point you to the following:

OpenFOAM training wiki page, hosted by the MFIX team:

A "resources" web site:

and (finally) a Workshop at the University of Zagreb at the end of January:



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