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Old   February 20, 2019, 10:43
Default Steady State reactingParcelFilmFoam
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Hello,

I have been trying to convert the transient solver reactingParcelFilmFoam into a steady state solver. I used the simpleReactingParcelFoam as a reference while making the changes and made edited the runtime loop and the equations accordingly. Has anyone attempted to this?

The solver seems to be working fine for the reactingCloud and the flow field in the primary region but fields in the wallFilmRegion are diverging for any changes in the surfaceFilmProperties (although with such changes the original transient solver works). I keep facing floating point exception error.

Please let me know if anyone has attempted it. Will try to work it out together.

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