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Old   February 12, 2011, 04:46
Default flameletFoam solver(almost complete)
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I have written a new library for my new flameletsolver in openfoam1.7.1 .
I created a tutorial case but when i start solving it, one of the variables which is the massfraction of CO2 has a strange behaviour. Its initial residual always starts at 1 while my other variables gets updated beautifully. please help me guess what the problem is. I want to give my code to openfoamers to enjoy flamelet method after getting good results.
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Old   February 13, 2011, 12:44
Frederic Collonval
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Hello Farshad,

I fear that more info are needed to help you. I'm really interested to help you on the subject. If you don't want to put more information on the forum directly you can send me a private message.
Basically the first step is a precise description of your test case - parameters and boundary conditions.

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