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Old   September 19, 2023, 16:10
Default setup scalar concentration in the fluid model with diffusivity
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Hello members!

I wish to add a scalar concentration equation and field variables in the fluid model with diffusivity.

In the traditional OpenFOAM application under the solver's directory, I'm fairly comfortable making the necessary modifications. However, I have yet to familiarize myself with the workings of the solids4Foam models.

If anyone has expertise or experience in introducing such a scalar into solids4Foam, I would greatly appreciate your guidance.

Thank you in advance!

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