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Old   February 23, 2006, 06:03
Default hello! Im working on my dip
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Im working on my diploma work and need a solver that handles the following:

-incopressible fluid
-highly turbulent flow
-fluid heated by heat flux from one of the patches

The closest ive come with while looking among existing solvers is the buoyantSimpleFoam but its for compressible fluids and defines the heating source by its temperature (T) insted of its heating rate (q').

Thankfull for replies!
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