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Old   October 14, 2015, 02:57
Default How to use the ODE solvers in OpenFoam to solve CFD problems?
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I do research in time-integration methods. I would like to use OpenFoam to test some methods that I develop. On browsing the code and going through the call graphs, it looks like the ODE solvers are primarily used only by the chemistry models. I was hoping to use them to solve incompressible/compressible examples.

Further, I would like to split the grid domain and be able to access each spatial domain independently from within my ODE solver. How do I go about this?

Thanks for the help.
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