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Old   March 23, 2022, 12:17
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Hi all,

You can find in the links below some fire-related CFD tutorials that have been setup with OpenFOAM/FireFOAM version 2.2.x.

The tutorials are not validation cases, rather simple examples of how to setup up some fire-related scenarios. The tutorials may contain custom models (e.g., related to turbulence, combustion and radiation), that are not available in the default OpenFOAM version, hence small modifications will be needed in order to run them.

The links will be updated with more fire-related CFD tutorials in the future. I hope the material can be of use to someone.

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