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Old   December 7, 2011, 20:18
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dear all openFoam users,

rhoSimpleFoam is pressure based solver, If it is pressure based solver is it possible to apply it for incompressible flows of Mach = 0 or constant density.

if we make Mach = 0 is it equivalence to SimpleFoam.

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