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Old   April 16, 2012, 03:31
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I'm currently looking quite deeply into the navalFoam package by E. Paterson / PennState. I found myself wondering where the mass flux rhoPhi is updated in navalFoam (as in alphaEqn in interFoam). In navalFoam I only find an update for mesh motion. Could anybody more intimately involved with the development of the code help me, please?

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Old   June 23, 2012, 10:58
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Hello Hannes,

NavalFoam was donated to the Ship Hydro SIG by Hrv Jasak at last years OFW and I added it to the repository.

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Does anyone know how to use the numerical beach functionality?
Where do you decide which patches to "add a beach to" and the thickness of the beaches?

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