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Old   March 23, 2020, 05:31
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Hi i'm new to OpenFoam and I have a question about the supercritical water. I have try some examples of usual water, but i know i should change the constants if i want to make the simulation of the supercritical water(heat transfer with the slover "buoyantboussineqpimplefoam"). But i don't know that should i change the other files for example Fvscheme or Fvsolution? If so, how to correct the files?
thanks everyone and because english is not my body language, maybe i couldn't explain clearly…
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