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Old   March 29, 2016, 18:38
Default Modyfication of diffusion equation in solidDisplacementFoam solver
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Hello!

Could you help me please!
I would like to solve non-classical Helmholtz type of diffusion equation and find diffusion stresses with solidDisplacementFoam solver. Is it correct to modify file solidDisplacementFoam.c in the directory ...\solvers\stressAnalysis\solidDisplacementFoam\ ?

I would like to change in this file current form of energy equation:
solve (fvm::ddt(T) == fvm::laplacian(DT, T));

to the following form:
solve (fvm::ddt(T) == fvm::laplacian(DT, T) - T);

In the test problem wich I try to solve nothing was changed...
I am using OpenFOAM for Windows 16.02
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