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- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
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- The authors confirm that they have removed all identity data from the documents that will be subjected to review
Focuses on publications that provide detailed information about novel solvers development, innovative verification and validation done with existing solvers and new case studies that illustrate the potential of OpenFOAM® based tools
Focuses on shorter publications that describe and illustrate novel features/capabilities/functionalities/tools based on OpenFOAM®, providing clear benefits for the community
Focuses on detailed and critical analyses of existing OpenFOAM® based tools to address complex or novel topics. The publications in this group are not expected to provide innovative work, but should be clearly useful to help/guide the community selecting the best approaches to address the envisaged topics.
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