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Old   November 6, 2018, 02:23
Default How to write my own module?
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Hello, dear SU2 lovers!
I would like to implement my own model of resin flow through the fiber reinforcement matrix. So there will be:
1) Navier-Stokes equations (mass, momentum, energy conservations) with specific source terms
2) mass conservation for each species
3) my own equation of state
4) adding divergent terms which take into consideration surface tension

I saw input *.cfg files and understood that I can't add my own equations/terms into an equation.
How I understood I need to change {numerics, solver, variable}_template.cpp files in SU2_CFD/src/, is it right?
Is there any tutorial on how to change correctly these files?
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my own module, navier-stokes

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