Monthly Archives: March 2018

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