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Old   April 30, 2013, 11:54
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Arjang Behnoud
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Dear aschaider,
i know how to add temperature Eqn to icoFoam solver
but now
I want to add two equations (energy and nano particles conservation equations) to an existing solver of porous media like angledDuctImplicit, and these equations are strongly coupled.

can you help me please?
do you know any website address to direct me or do you have any tutorials?

thanks a lot.
sincerely yours,
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Old   August 5, 2013, 17:49
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Dear friends,

I want to simulate the flow in the oil resevoir condition. I've seen many porous solver in the openfoam. but I want to simulate the geometry which has been given from tomography data (3D geometry). is it possible to simulate this condition? or porous solvers in openfoam just take some properties such as porosity and solve the equations according to them?

Many thanks for your helpful comment
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