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  1. 87  .gitignore
  2. 37  Allwmake
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  4. 196  README.html
  5. 44  README.org
  6. 22  applications/Allwmake
  7. 3  applications/solvers/DNS/dnsFoam/Make/files
  8. 10  applications/solvers/DNS/dnsFoam/Make/options
  9. 29  applications/solvers/DNS/dnsFoam/createFields.H
  10. 132  applications/solvers/DNS/dnsFoam/dnsFoam.C
  11. 20  applications/solvers/DNS/dnsFoam/globalProperties.H
  12. 18  applications/solvers/DNS/dnsFoam/readTransportProperties.H
  13. 21  applications/solvers/DNS/dnsFoam/readTurbulenceProperties.H
  14. 3  applications/solvers/basic/laplacianFoam/Make/files
  15. 3  applications/solvers/basic/laplacianFoam/Make/options
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  17. 76  applications/solvers/basic/laplacianFoam/laplacianFoam.C
  18. 46  applications/solvers/basic/laplacianFoam/write.H
  19. 3  applications/solvers/basic/potentialFoam/Make/files
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  23. 6  applications/solvers/basic/potentialFoam/readControls.H
  24. 3  applications/solvers/basic/scalarTransportFoam/Make/files
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  27. 75  applications/solvers/basic/scalarTransportFoam/scalarTransportFoam.C
  28. 33  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/Make/files
  29. 31  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/Make/options
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  31. 199  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/PDRFoamAutoRefine.C
  32. 169  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/PDRModels/XiEqModels/basicXiSubXiEq/basicXiSubXiEq.C
  33. 145  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/PDRModels/XiEqModels/basicXiSubXiEq/basicXiSubXiEq.H
  34. 135  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/PDRModels/XiGModels/basicXiSubG/basicXiSubG.C
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  62. 123  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/XiModels/XiGModels/instabilityG/instabilityG.H
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  65. 65  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/XiModels/XiModel/XiModelNew.C
  66. 98  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/XiModels/algebraic/algebraic.C
  67. 131  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/XiModels/algebraic/algebraic.H
  68. 72  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/XiModels/fixed/fixed.C
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  70. 140  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/XiModels/transport/transport.C
  71. 145  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/XiModels/transport/transport.H
  72. 108  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/bEqn.H
  73. 191  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/createFields.H
  74. 11  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/ftEqn.H
  75. 12  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/hEqn.H
  76. 18  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/huEqn.H
  77. 451  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/laminarFlameSpeed/SCOPE/SCOPELaminarFlameSpeed.C
  78. 220  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/laminarFlameSpeed/SCOPE/SCOPELaminarFlameSpeed.H
  79. 74  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/pEqn.H
  80. 15  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/readCombustionProperties.H
  81. 36  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/rhoEqn.H
  82. 51  applications/solvers/combustion/PDRFoam/setDeltaT.H
  83. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/Make/files
  84. 21  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/Make/options
  85. 15  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/UEqn.H
  86. 135  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/XiFoam.C
  87. 256  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/bEqn.H
  88. 133  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/createFields.H
  89. 22  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/ftEqn.H
  90. 15  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/hEqn.H
  91. 18  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/huEqn.H
  92. 74  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/pEqn.H
  93. 45  applications/solvers/combustion/XiFoam/readCombustionProperties.H
  94. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/Make/files
  95. 21  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/Make/options
  96. 12  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/YEqn.H
  97. 95  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/chemFoam.C
  98. 57  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/createBaseFields.H
  99. 84  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/createFields.H
  100. 38  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/createSingleCellMesh.H
  101. 10  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/hEqn.H
  102. 11  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/output.H
  103. 9  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/pEqn.H
  104. 8  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/readControls.H
  105. 111  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/readInitialConditions.H
  106. 6  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/setDeltaT.H
  107. 7  applications/solvers/combustion/chemFoam/solveChemistry.H
  108. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/coldEngineFoam/Make/files
  109. 18  applications/solvers/combustion/coldEngineFoam/Make/options
  110. 109  applications/solvers/combustion/coldEngineFoam/coldEngineFoam.C
  111. 61  applications/solvers/combustion/coldEngineFoam/createFields.H
  112. 12  applications/solvers/combustion/coldEngineFoam/hEqn.H
  113. 12  applications/solvers/combustion/coldEngineFoam/logSummary.H
  114. 9  applications/solvers/combustion/coldEngineFoam/startSummary.H
  115. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/Make/files
  116. 38  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/Make/options
  117. 14  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/UEqn.H
  118. 45  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/YEqn.H
  119. 111  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/createFields.H
  120. 37  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/createSpray.H
  121. 149  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/dieselEngineFoam.C
  122. 14  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/hsEqn.H
  123. 12  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/logSummary.H
  124. 71  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/pEqn.H
  125. 18  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/readCombustionProperties.H
  126. 64  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/rhoEqn.H
  127. 30  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/spraySummary.H
  128. 11  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselEngineFoam/startSummary.H
  129. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselFoam/Make/files
  130. 36  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselFoam/Make/options
  131. 143  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselFoam/dieselFoam.C
  132. 78  applications/solvers/combustion/dieselFoam/pEqn.H
  133. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/engineFoam/Make/files
  134. 20  applications/solvers/combustion/engineFoam/Make/options
  135. 11  applications/solvers/combustion/engineFoam/UEqn.H
  136. 143  applications/solvers/combustion/engineFoam/engineFoam.C
  137. 14  applications/solvers/combustion/engineFoam/logSummary.H
  138. 67  applications/solvers/combustion/engineFoam/pEqn.H
  139. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/engineFoam/readEngineTimeControls.H
  140. 11  applications/solvers/combustion/engineFoam/startSummary.H
  141. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/Make/files
  142. 52  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/Make/options
  143. 26  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/UEqn.H
  144. 70  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/YhsEqn.H
  145. 9  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/createClouds.H
  146. 154  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/createFields.H
  147. 6  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/createPyrolysisModel.H
  148. 6  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/createSurfaceFilmModel.H
  149. 129  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/fireFoam.C
  150. 50  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/pEqn.H
  151. 23  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/readChemistryProperties.H
  152. 34  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/readPyrolysisTimeControls.H
  153. 43  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/rhoEqn.H
  154. 64  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/setMultiRegionDeltaT.H
  155. 1  applications/solvers/combustion/fireFoam/solidRegionDiffusionNo.H
  156. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/Make/files
  157. 19  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/Make/options
  158. 15  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/UEqn.H
  159. 43  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/YEqn.H
  160. 44  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/chemistry.H
  161. 100  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/createFields.H
  162. 20  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/hsEqn.H
  163. 74  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/pEqn.H
  164. 109  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/reactingFoam.C
  165. 23  applications/solvers/combustion/reactingFoam/readChemistryProperties.H
  166. 3  applications/solvers/combustion/rhoReactingFoam/Make/files
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  168. 15  applications/solvers/combustion/rhoReactingFoam/UEqn.H
  169. 43  applications/solvers/combustion/rhoReactingFoam/YEqn.H
  170. 101  applications/solvers/combustion/rhoReactingFoam/createFields.H
  171. 19  applications/solvers/combustion/rhoReactingFoam/hsEqn.H
  172. 97  applications/solvers/combustion/rhoReactingFoam/pEqn.H
  173. 23  applications/solvers/combustion/rhoReactingFoam/readChemistryProperties.H
  174. 111  applications/solvers/combustion/rhoReactingFoam/rhoReactingFoam.C
  175. 9  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/Allwclean
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  180. 161  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/T/smoluchowskiJumpTFvPatchScalarField.H
  181. 219  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/U/maxwellSlipUFvPatchVectorField.C
  182. 150  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/U/maxwellSlipUFvPatchVectorField.H
  183. 205  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/mixedFixedValueSlip/mixedFixedValueSlipFvPatchField.C
  184. 227  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/mixedFixedValueSlip/mixedFixedValueSlipFvPatchField.H
  185. 43  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/mixedFixedValueSlip/mixedFixedValueSlipFvPatchFields.C
  186. 49  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/mixedFixedValueSlip/mixedFixedValueSlipFvPatchFields.H
  187. 50  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/mixedFixedValueSlip/mixedFixedValueSlipFvPatchFieldsFwd.H
  188. 125  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/rho/fixedRhoFvPatchScalarField.C
  189. 139  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/BCs/rho/fixedRhoFvPatchScalarField.H
  190. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/Make/files
  191. 18  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/Make/options
  192. 52  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/compressibleCourantNo.H
  193. 113  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/createFields.H
  194. 18  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/readFluxScheme.H
  195. 26  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/readThermophysicalProperties.H
  196. 14  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/rhoBoundaryTypes.H
  197. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/rhoCentralDyMFoam/Make/files
  198. 20  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/rhoCentralDyMFoam/Make/options
  199. 275  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/rhoCentralDyMFoam/rhoCentralDyMFoam.C
  200. 263  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoCentralFoam/rhoCentralFoam.C
  201. 9  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/Allwmake
  202. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/Make/files
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  204. 22  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/UEqn.H
  205. 68  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/createFields.H
  206. 15  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/hEqn.H
  207. 93  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/pEqn.H
  208. 105  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPimpleFoam.C
  209. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFLTSPimpleFoam/Make/files
  210. 17  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFLTSPimpleFoam/Make/options
  211. 113  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFLTSPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFLTSPimpleFoam.C
  212. 19  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFLTSPimpleFoam/setInitialrDeltaT.H
  213. 83  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFLTSPimpleFoam/setrDeltaT.H
  214. 4  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFPimpleFoam/Make/files
  215. 16  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFPimpleFoam/Make/options
  216. 26  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFPimpleFoam/UEqn.H
  217. 5  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFPimpleFoam/createZones.H
  218. 95  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFPimpleFoam/pEqn.H
  219. 110  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFPimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFPimpleFoam.C
  220. 8  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/Allwmake
  221. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/Make/files
  222. 14  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/Make/options
  223. 11  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/UEqn.H
  224. 69  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/createFields.H
  225. 17  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/hEqn.H
  226. 85  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/pEqn.H
  227. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFSimpleFoam/Make/files
  228. 18  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFSimpleFoam/Make/options
  229. 43  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFSimpleFoam/UEqn.H
  230. 29  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFSimpleFoam/createZones.H
  231. 19  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFSimpleFoam/hEqn.H
  232. 105  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFSimpleFoam/pEqn.H
  233. 86  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFSimpleFoam/rhoPorousMRFSimpleFoam.C
  234. 83  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimpleFoam/rhoSimpleFoam.C
  235. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimplecFoam/Make/files
  236. 14  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimplecFoam/Make/options
  237. 68  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimplecFoam/createFields.H
  238. 127  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimplecFoam/pEqn.H
  239. 90  applications/solvers/compressible/rhoSimplecFoam/rhoSimplecFoam.C
  240. 9  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/Allwmake
  241. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/Make/files
  242. 13  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/Make/options
  243. 8  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/UEqn.H
  244. 51  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/createFields.H
  245. 12  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/eEqn.H
  246. 37  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/pEqn.H
  247. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicDyMFoam/Make/files
  248. 17  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicDyMFoam/Make/options
  249. 33  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicDyMFoam/pEqn.H
  250. 94  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicDyMFoam/sonicDyMFoam.C
  251. 89  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicFoam.C
  252. 3  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicLiquidFoam/Make/files
  253. 4  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicLiquidFoam/Make/options
  254. 15  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicLiquidFoam/compressibleContinuityErrs.H
  255. 44  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicLiquidFoam/createFields.H
  256. 31  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicLiquidFoam/readThermodynamicProperties.H
  257. 18  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicLiquidFoam/readTransportProperties.H
  258. 122  applications/solvers/compressible/sonicFoam/sonicLiquidFoam/sonicLiquidFoam.C
  259. 3  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/dsmc/dsmcFoam/Make/files
  260. 11  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/dsmc/dsmcFoam/Make/options
  261. 73  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/dsmc/dsmcFoam/dsmcFoam.C
  262. 3  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/molecularDynamics/mdEquilibrationFoam/Make/files
  263. 16  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/molecularDynamics/mdEquilibrationFoam/Make/options
  264. 101  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/molecularDynamics/mdEquilibrationFoam/mdEquilibrationFoam.C
  265. 18  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/molecularDynamics/mdEquilibrationFoam/readmdEquilibrationDict.H
  266. 3  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/molecularDynamics/mdFoam/Make/files
  267. 16  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/molecularDynamics/mdFoam/Make/options
  268. 97  applications/solvers/discreteMethods/molecularDynamics/mdFoam/mdFoam.C
  269. 3  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/electrostaticFoam/Make/files
  270. 3  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/electrostaticFoam/Make/options
  271. 68  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/electrostaticFoam/createFields.H
  272. 77  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/electrostaticFoam/electrostaticFoam.C
  273. 3  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/magneticFoam/Make/files
  274. 4  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/magneticFoam/Make/options
  275. 80  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/magneticFoam/createFields.H
  276. 169  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/magneticFoam/magnet.H
  277. 155  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/magneticFoam/magneticFoam.C
  278. 3  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/mhdFoam/Make/files
  279. 4  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/mhdFoam/Make/options
  280. 107  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/mhdFoam/createFields.H
  281. 47  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/mhdFoam/createPhiB.H
  282. 4  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/mhdFoam/magneticFieldErr.H
  283. 164  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/mhdFoam/mhdFoam.C
  284. 4  applications/solvers/electromagnetics/mhdFoam/readBPISOControls.H
  285. 3  applications/solvers/financial/financialFoam/Make/files
  286. 8  applications/solvers/financial/financialFoam/Make/options
  287. 95  applications/solvers/financial/financialFoam/createFields.H
  288. 89  applications/solvers/financial/financialFoam/financialFoam.C
  289. 3  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBaffleSimpleFoam/Make/files
  290. 20  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBaffleSimpleFoam/Make/options
  291. 25  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBaffleSimpleFoam/UEqn.H
  292. 86  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBaffleSimpleFoam/buoyantBaffleSimpleFoam.C
  293. 94  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBaffleSimpleFoam/createFields.H
  294. 17  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBaffleSimpleFoam/hEqn.H
  295. 59  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBaffleSimpleFoam/pEqn.H
  296. 3  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam/Make/files
  297. 14  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam/Make/options
  298. 18  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam/TEqn.H
  299. 26  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam/UEqn.H
  300. 117  applications/solvers/heatTransfer/buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam/buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam.C
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+<h2>Table of Contents</h2>
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+<div id="text-table-of-contents">
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+<li><a href="#sec-1">1 About OpenFOAM </a></li>
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+
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+<div id="outline-container-1" class="outline-2">
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+<h2 id="sec-1"><span class="section-number-2">1</span> About OpenFOAM </h2>
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+<div class="outline-text-2" id="text-1">
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+
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+<p>  OpenFOAM is a free, open source computational fluid dynamcis (CFD) software
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+  package produced by a commercial company, OpenCFD Ltd. It has a large user
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+  base across most areas of engineering and science, from both commercial and
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+  academic organisations. OpenFOAM has an extensive range of features to solve
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+  anything from complex fluid flows involving chemical reactions, turbulence and
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+  heat transfer, to solid dynamics and electromagnetics.
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+</p>
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+
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+
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+<div id="outline-container-2" class="outline-2">
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+<h2 id="sec-2"><span class="section-number-2">2</span> Copyright </h2>
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+<div class="outline-text-2" id="text-2">
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+
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+<p>  OpenFOAM is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
  121
+  terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
  122
+  Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
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+  version.  See the file <code>COPYING</code> in this directory or
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+  <a href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/">http://www.gnu.org/licenses/</a>, for a description of the GNU General Public
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+  License terms under which you can copy the files.
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+</div>
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+
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+<div id="outline-container-3" class="outline-2">
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+<h2 id="sec-3"><span class="section-number-2">3</span> Download and installation instructions </h2>
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+<div class="outline-text-2" id="text-3">
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+
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+<ul>
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+<li>To install the Ubuntu/Debian (.deb) pack, see
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+    <a href="http://www.OpenFOAM.com/download/ubuntu.php">http://www.OpenFOAM.com/download/ubuntu.php</a>
  138
+</li>
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+<li>To install the source (.gtgz) pack, see
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+    <a href="http://www.OpenFOAM.com/download/source.php">http://www.OpenFOAM.com/download/source.php</a>
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+</li>
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+<li>To install from the Git repository, see
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+    <a href="http://www.OpenFOAM.com/download/git.php">http://www.OpenFOAM.com/download/git.php</a>
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+
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+<div id="outline-container-4" class="outline-2">
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+<h2 id="sec-4"><span class="section-number-2">4</span> Release notes </h2>
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+<div class="outline-text-2" id="text-4">
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+
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+<p>  <a href="http://www.OpenFOAM.com/version2.0.0">http://www.OpenFOAM.com/version2.0.0</a>
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+
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+<div id="outline-container-5" class="outline-2">
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+<h2 id="sec-5"><span class="section-number-2">5</span> Documentation </h2>
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+<div class="outline-text-2" id="text-5">
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+
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+<p>  <a href="http://www.OpenFOAM.com/docs">http://www.OpenFOAM.com/docs</a>
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+<div id="outline-container-7" class="outline-2">
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+<h2 id="sec-7"><span class="section-number-2">7</span> Reporting Bugs in OpenFOAM </h2>
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+<div class="outline-text-2" id="text-7">
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+  OpenFOAM is a free, open source computational fluid dynamcis (CFD) software
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+  package produced by a commercial company, OpenCFD Ltd. It has a large user
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+  anything from complex fluid flows involving chemical reactions, turbulence and
  16
+  heat transfer, to solid dynamics and electromagnetics.
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+
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+* Copyright
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+  OpenFOAM is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the
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+  terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software
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+  Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later
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+  version.  See the file =COPYING= in this directory or
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+  [[http://www.gnu.org/licenses/]], for a description of the GNU General Public
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+  License terms under which you can copy the files.
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+
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+* Download and installation instructions
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+  + To install the Ubuntu/Debian (.deb) pack, see
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+    [[http://www.OpenFOAM.com/download/ubuntu.php]]
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+  + To install the source (.gtgz) pack, see
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+    [[http://www.OpenFOAM.com/download/source.php]]
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+  + To install from the Git repository, see
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+    [[http://www.OpenFOAM.com/download/git.php]]
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+
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+* Release notes
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+  [[http://www.OpenFOAM.com/version2.0.0]]
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+* Documentation
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+  [[http://www.OpenFOAM.com/docs]]
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+
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+  [[http://www.OpenFOAM.com/support]]
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