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Old   February 7, 2009, 14:07
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Hi All!

I'm new in OpenFOAM and I try to understand what the system of equations you used in tutorials/bubbleFoam. I try to reconstruct it use instructions (write in ProgrammersGuide) from /.../applications/solvers/multiphase/bubbleFoam/bubbleFoam.C, but I couldn't receive full system of equations with boundary (I look it in /.../tutorials/bubbleFoam/bubbleColumn/constant).
I would like to now what the physical problem you model in example bubbleFoam.

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Old   February 9, 2009, 01:27
Default Hello I could'nt get what yo
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I could'nt get what you meant
Did you mean you edited your solver and tried to run it again ...
well did you do wmake after editing

one more thing if you are changing the solver just copy-paste the solver in <user>/application folder and do wmake
this might help
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