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Old   August 8, 2019, 13:48
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Dear FOAMers,
Recently I want reading the code of interFOAM and in particular to modify the turbulence model for it. But I really don't understand why interFoam use an alphaField type of GeometricOneField, which seems to only have the value 1. Also, I checked the codes for class GeometricOneField and its parrent class One, it seems there's no operation reloading of plus(+) and (-). So if I want to do some calculation of alpha (interFoam), I always failed. Can someone give me some guidance or refferences?
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