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OpenFOAM Introductory Course Planned
Posted Thu June 02, 2011 @10:09AM
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Announcements Gompute will host a Two Day OpenFOAM Introductory Course on the 27th and 28th of July 2011 in Chicago (USA).

Over the two days, attendees will be introduced to OpenFOAM as a general-purpose CFD solver for standard fluid flow applications.

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This will be followed by an overview of solver capabilities and an in-depth look into the structure and organization of the Computational Continuum Mechanics library, which is the base of all OpenFOAM solvers.

The final session is dedicated to user extensions of library capability, including custom material models, user-defined boundary conditions and custom top-level solvers.

To aid understanding, basics of the Finite Volume Method and a short introduction to C++ Programming Language will also be covered.

OPENFOAM is a registered trademark of OpenCFD Ltd.

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