In the last post of this series the general structure of a dictionary was introduced. We will now see the basic structure of entries. The first point to make is that entries in OpenFOAM® dictionaries can be of several types but they all follow the key/value format, at least in a broad sense.
P. 2. The structure of dictionaries (Ep. 1)
Dictionaries are what OpenFOAM® uses as input files, but the same name is used to indicate some of the structures inside such files. In this part a general overview of their structure is provided.
P. 1. Dimensional units in OpenFOAM
One of the first OpenFOAM features users encounter when they start learning how to set simulations up is that the code verifies the dimensional consistency of the variables involved in operations. Some details about this feature will be discussed in this post.
A new series of blog posts
The new year brings some novelty and one of them is that I am starting a series of blog posts on various technical aspects in OpenFOAM®.