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As far we are in an Incompressible Navier Stokes formulation, The velocity field and the pressure field are related in the domain and on the boundary (I suppose you are using the incompressible solver and hence a projection method algorithm to decouple the velocity and the pressure, in OpenFOAM should be PISO one). Taking the explicit velocity corrector for ...


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Since, the title of your question has a term 'finite difference' into it, I assume you are looking for a software for finite difference method. Finite difference methods are restrictive. Usually softwares are made for wide situations and range of the problems. Finite volume and finite element methods offer greater flexibility than finite difference methods. ...


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