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Old   May 30, 2015, 04:30
Default EEqn to TEqn
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Hi all,
Does any one here know how to convert EEqn to Teqn. I have the following EEqn. Please tell me a way to convert it into TEqn.

/********************************EEqn.H************ *****************************/
fvScalarMatrix EEqn

fvm::ddt(H2) + fvm::div(phi2, H2)

+ fvm::laplacian(K2/(rho2*Cp2), H2)


// + (mcond*Cp2*Tsat)/alpha2*rho2
+ fvm::Sp(mEvap/(alpha2*rho2),H2)
+ Qw/(rho2*alpha2*z*0.5)


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Old   June 4, 2015, 11:06
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Look at the buoyantPimpleFoam and buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam, the spirit with this two solves are how to do EEqn to TEqn. U can use their idea to make your own solver.

Im the translator of OpenFOAM User Guide Chinese Edition! But always newbie on CFD.
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