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OpenFOAM Programming

Contents In this course, the most important programming components of the OpenFOAM basic library are introduced, i.e. vector/matrix/tensor classes, containers, fields, discretization, grid handling, etc. Furthermore, the runtime selection mechanism is explained. The structure of solvers and utilities is shown. The programming patterns, which are necessary for an extension of models, boundary conditions etc., are […]

OpenFOAM Programming

Contents In this course, the most important programming components of the OpenFOAM basic library are introduced, i.e. vector/matrix/tensor classes, containers, fields, discretization, grid handling, etc. Furthermore, the runtime selection mechanism is explained. The structure of solvers and utilities is shown. The programming patterns, which are necessary for an extension of models, boundary conditions etc., are […]

OpenFOAM Programming

Contents In this course, the most important programming components of the OpenFOAM basic library are introduced, i.e. vector/matrix/tensor classes, containers, fields, discretization, grid handling, etc. Furthermore, the runtime selection mechanism is explained. The structure of solvers and utilities is shown. The programming patterns, which are necessary for an extension of models, boundary conditions etc., are […]

OpenFOAM Programming

Contents In this course, the most important programming components of the OpenFOAM basic library are introduced, i.e. vector/matrix/tensor classes, containers, fields, discretization, grid handling, etc. Furthermore, the runtime selection mechanism is explained. The structure of solvers and utilities is shown. The programming patterns, which are necessary for an extension of models, boundary conditions etc., are […]

OpenFOAM Programming

Contents In this course, the most important programming components of the OpenFOAM basic library are introduced, i.e. vector/matrix/tensor classes, containers, fields, discretization, grid handling, etc. Furthermore, the runtime selection mechanism is explained. The structure of solvers and utilities is shown. The programming patterns, which are necessary for an extension of models, boundary conditions etc., are […]