Programming by Ferras, Fernandes and Nobrega

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  • contributor: L.L. Ferrás, C. Fernandes, J.M. Nóbrega
  • affiliation: Institute for Polymers and Composites (i3N), University of Minho, Portugal
  • contact: click here for email address
  • OpenFOAM version: foam-extend 4.0
  • published under: CC BY-NC license (creative commons licenses)

Go back to Day 12.

Programming in OpenFOAM

This pdf will give you a short walkthrough to the implementation of your own steady.state solver to predict temperature evolution. You will learn about:

  • setting up the solver directory
  • modifying the solver
  • compiling the solver
  • compiling a small utility for standard deviation
  • testing the code with a simple case

You can download the code and case files here:

code and case files