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Old   July 16, 2014, 08:40
Default A good starting point to "Blockcoupled" Literature
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elvis will become famous soon enough
i want to dig into Hrv´s "Blockcoupled" magic stuff ;-), so far I found
Block coupled calculations in OpenFOAM
can somebody guide me to more good readings


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