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Old   April 22, 2021, 04:14
Unhappy Problem with rhoSimpleFoam - injectorPipe
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Hi Openfoamers!

I'm trying to modelate the field of temperatures of an engine's exhaust gases and to do that I'm trying to use (with no luck) rhoSimpleFoam.

I have been investigating how the tutorial case works (mesh, boundary conditions, etc) but I haven't found almost any information and I'm starting to be a bit desperate.

Could you help me to adapt the tutorial case to my problem? I don't really understand how does the tutorial case gets the meshing, I cannot plot the results on paraView (if I run the tutorial case, it appears a rectangular box but not the evolution of it's properties with time) and I don't know what I have to change to adapt it to my problem.

Thanks in advance!
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