OpenFOAM: v1912 released! - For more information see https://www.openfoam.com/releases/openfoam-v1912

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    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      COMP: avoid -Wstringop-truncation warning · d3bcc71b
      Mark Olesen authored
      - the gcc c++/9 includes now inline strncpy, which obliterates
        the previous method of suppressing the warning.
        Now simply allocate additional space for the nul character.
      
      COMP: silence some icc warnings
      d3bcc71b
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    • Andrew Heather's avatar
      Merge branch 'bug-1560-kEpsilonPhitF' into 'master' · 835c392d
      Andrew Heather authored
      BUG: add switch for nu:DphitEff in kEpsilonPhitF (fixes #1560)
      
      Closes #1560
      
      See merge request !329
      835c392d
    • Kutalmis Bercin's avatar
      BUG: add switch for nu:DphitEff in kEpsilonPhitF (fixes #1560) · c234acf1
      Kutalmis Bercin authored
          Including `nu` in `DphitEff` even though it is not present in (LUU:Eq. 17)
          provided higher level of resemblance to benchmarks for the tests considered,
          particularly for the peak skin friction (yet, pressure-related predictions
          were unaffected). Users can switch off `nu` in `DphitEff` by using
          `includeNu` entry in `kEpsilonPhitFCoeffs` in order to follow the
          reference paper thereat. `includeNu` is left `true` by default.
          See GitLab issue #1560,
      
        LUU: Laurence, D. R., Uribe, J. C., & Utyuzhnikov, S. V. (2005).
      c234acf1
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    • Sergio Ferraris's avatar
      BUG: Fix issue 1535 in turbulentTemperatureRadCoupledMixed. · 122e4965
      Sergio Ferraris authored
          When a contact resistance is used the T field on each coupled
          patch is different due to the thermal resistance. Thus, instead
          of solving for a unique Tw at the wall, we solve for Tw1 at one side
          then, the Tnbr internal becomes Tw2, which is the T of the nbr
          patch.
      122e4965
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