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Old   February 14, 2012, 19:38
Default OpenFOAM for subsurface flow, or coupling with a subsurface flow code?
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I'd like to try OpenFOAM out, but want to know a little more before I start. Does anyone know if OpenFOAM can solve variable saturation subsurface flow? Or can it be fully coupled with a code of such kind?
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