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Old   August 17, 2022, 04:37
Default How to use VoFCloud with interFoam
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I have recently noticed new releases of since V9 has the functionality of adding "particle cloud" to any solver using fvOption which examples can be found in pimpleFoam and interCompressibleFoam.

I tried to imitate the same functionality of interCompressibleFoam/VoFCloud for interFoam which I noticed the VoFCloud model looking for fluidThermo! Then I looked at the class and it seems the VoFCloud class is only developed for compressible flow; is that correct? or am I doing something wrong?

I cannot get the VoFCloud to work with interFoam so I appreciate if someone can explain what is happening there.

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