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Old   October 15, 2008, 03:47
Default Hi, I am currently evaluating
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I am currently evaluating OpenFOAM in order to develop high order DNS solver, using the interpolation technic of Carpentier (INRIA) (least square, ENO type) using explicit correction.
I am trying to understand the different classes in OpenFoam and I have some questions:
- do the interpolation scheme in OpenFoam take into account the boundary condition and how ?
- I understand how to get all the neighboring cells with mesh.cellCells(), but I don't know how to get all the faces of a given cell, and specially the boundary cell ?
- from a general point of view, what derived class has to be developed for changing the interpolation scheme in OpenFoam

Any help would be appreciated
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