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transform incompressible case in compressible case

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Old   July 5, 2017, 05:17
Default transform incompressible case in compressible case
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I made an incompressible case for external aerodynamic with pimpleDyMFoam with an moving mesh. Now I want to work on this case but for compressible flow.

I copied this case and I changed the solver to rhoPimpleDyMFoam and I added thermophysicalproperties file in constant folder but it doesn't works.

Is my procedure good?
If it isn't good, can you explain me what I have to do?
The mesh have to be specific for a subsonic case?

thanks in advance
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Old   October 23, 2020, 17:34
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Check the following thread:
quick way to change from incompressible to compressible?
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compressible, external aerdynamics, moving mesh, pimpledymfoam, rhopimpledymfoam

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