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Old   March 12, 2010, 08:46
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Does anybody know of another tutorial for the compressibleInterFoam solver? Ideally, the "elbow" case (like the icoFoam tutorial) would be perfect to see how it is done, perhaps with a kepsilon RAS model.

Please let me know if anybody has one, or what I would need to do to set it up.

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Old   December 3, 2015, 22:20
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Hi, Jason,
I worked with interFoam, but now I'm trying to make the simulation compressible. Have you made the compressibleInterFoam work with any turbulent model? If so, could you send me any simple case? I will appreciate so much.

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