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Old   April 22, 2014, 20:08
Default PBM model in OpenFOAM
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Hi guys,

I wanna implement a PBM solver into OpenFOAM, but my simulation is weird. Just see the picture, the picture called "right" is simulated by Prof. Daniele. But my result, see the picture called"wrong", is not satisfactory. I wanna know, is there anyone who has ever implemented PBM into a solver? How can I handle this? Im confused about the boundary condition.
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