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Old   February 26, 2022, 04:41
Post Using Foam-Extend's Immersed Boundary toolkit with CFD Direct's OpenFoam v8
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Hi all,


I am using the CFD Direct's OpenFOAM v8 on my machine, and currently interested in discovering the Immersed Boundary Method (IBM).

I could only find an implementation of IBM by Dr.Hrvoje Jasak in Foam-Extend, and I want to know how I can use this toolkit on OpenFOAM v8.
I would also appreciate anyone who can point me to any other implementation of IBM in OpenFoam environment.


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- Mert
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