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Permafrost modelling with OpenFOAM : the permaFoam solver

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Old   September 26, 2022, 05:59
Default Permafrost modelling with OpenFOAM : the permaFoam solver
Laurent Orgogozo
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Dear FOAMers,

It is my pleasure to announce the recent publication of an updated version of the permaFoam solver, the OpenFOAM solver for permafrost modelling. You can find the related paper published in Computer Physics Communications below :
High Performance Computing capabilities are studied up to 16 kCores on supercomputers of CALMIP and TGCC. Examples of applications are also presented. One can find the latest updates of the permaFoam solver on the community repository:

All the best,

Laurent Orgogozo
University of Toulouse
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