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Old   August 26, 2014, 21:32
Default Depth Integrated Navier Stokes Solver
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I am new to OpenFOAM and am trying to study shallow water properties when solved using NS equations.

I am looking for a solver to give me height and velocity fields at grid points where the grid is of changing water depth effecting the surface waves.

Is there any such solvers??? I saw shallowWaterFoam, but I am not very convinced about how correct it is? It seems to be a very trivial approximation of NS...

Please help....
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