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Old   October 29, 2014, 08:39
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hallo,
I need to make sph (smooth particle hydrodynamics) example in open Foam or other commercial software and compare with grid base method with same example, I am thinking to make Lid driven cavity flow with SPH as well as with grid base method . please guide me further, if in Open Foam its possible to make SPH example (LID driven cavity)? or which other software I can use for it..???
your help will be highly appreciate
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Old   November 3, 2015, 15:02
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Currently, you're not officially able to use SPH model in OpenFOAM. I know some research groups has embedded it in OpenFOAM, but I don't thing it's open source for everyone.

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