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Old   March 28, 2014, 19:14
Default Can i Solve this PDE's on OF?
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HI every body, im new in OF and i have installed cuz i want to solve this set of PDEs 1 D with the SIMPLE algorithm. the objetive is to predict the accumulation of solids in Two phase flow. The system of PDE are 4x4 i add an image of the equations. the unknows, are the Solid concentrarion Cs, the velocity of the solids and liquid uf us, and the pressure gradient dp

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Old   March 31, 2014, 03:26
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I think it is possible to implement this in OpenFOAM, but only if you plan to go to more than one dimension later. If you will stick to 1D-models, I think it is easier to implement from scratch in your language of choice.
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