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Old   March 11, 2018, 09:19
Default Two-dimensional flow through tubular array
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I'm new to OpenFoam and I'm working on a two-dimensional flow through tubular array with heat transfer. Can someone help me choose the best solver and how do I edit it for this case? I created my mesh in gmesh. OpenFoam Vers.4.1 Thank you for your help
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