Yearly Archives: 2018


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The new repository for OpenQBMM at the OpenFOAM Foundation is now live and can be found at https://github.com/OpenFOAM/OpenQBMM. Certain the benefits of working with the OpenFOAM Foundation will be significant for the community, I take this opportunity to summarize the project status and the steps forward. OpenQBMM is the joint work of myself (Alberto Passalacqua), Prof. […]

Contributing OpenQBMM to the OpenFOAM Foundation


We are pleased to release OpenQBMM 4.0.0 for OpenFOAM 6.x. This release includes several new developments and improvements to existing algorithms to improve their robustness. Notably: A new algorithm was implemented in the poly-disperse gas-liquid solver to remove inconsistencies between the transported moments and the two-fluid model used to solve for the mean flow. The […]

OpenQBMM 4.0.0 for OpenFOAM 6.x is now available




We have made the decision of basing our development branch on the stable version of OpenFOAM, rather than OpenFOAM-dev. This reduces the amount of work required to constantly adapt the OpenQBMM code base following the frequent changes to OpenFOAM-dev. It also simplifies the process of verification and validation of our code base, and helps users […]

Changes to development branch


We have updated the installation instructions of OpenQBMM, providing guidance on how to use it on the following platforms: Windows 10 (via Windows Subsystem for Linux) Ubuntu Linux via pre-packaged OpenFOAM Other Linux distributions, building OpenFOAM from source In case you experience difficulties following these instructions, please report them on the issue tracker.

Updated installation instructions