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Today we will concentrate on external and compressible flow. With the knowledge from [https://wiki.openfoam.com/index.php?title=Day_13 Day 13] about the thermodynamic models we will concentrate on high compressibility, as the physics behind these phenomena are not trivial. We will focus on
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Today we will continue with programming. There is only one tutorial, but this tutorial consist of multiple examples and explains a lot.  
 
 
* external flows
 
* high compressibility
 
  
 
Go back to [https://wiki.openfoam.com/index.php?title=%223_weeks%22_series "3 weeks" series].
 
Go back to [https://wiki.openfoam.com/index.php?title=%223_weeks%22_series "3 weeks" series].
  
=[https://wiki.openfoam.com/Hairpin_by_Joel_Guerrero Hairpin vortices]=
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=[https://wiki.openfoam.com/Programming_by_Hakan_Nilsson Advanced programming by Håkan Nilsson]=
  
This tutorial gives you an extensive introduction to the flow around a hemisphere, which can be seen as one of the simplest case of an external flow. The challenge here is to correctly set up the case and run it. By now you should have the experience and the knowledge to do so. The focus is on
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Here you will find an introduction to advanced programming in OpenFOAM by Håkan Nilsson at Chalmers University of Technology. You will learn about
  
* understanding the physics
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* implementation of a turbulence model
* case setup and workflow
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* implementation of a boundary condition
* meshing
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* implementation of a function object
* running the simulation
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* debugging in OpenFOAM
** steady-state
 
** transient
 
* data evaluation
 
* mesh refinement
 
  
=[https://wiki.openfoam.com/External_flows_by_Robert_Lee External flows]=
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=End of day 14=
  
In this tutorial you will learn about highly compressible flows and the steps required to correctly model them. As the physics behind the topic is not trivial, you will go through three simulation cases to understand the idea behind the case setups. The focus is on following topics:
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We arrived at the end of Day 14. Hopefully the detailed information from today will further help you with your own problem setting.  
  
* Magnus effect
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If you have not already done so, try to start with your own problem at this stage.
* space capsule atmospheric entry simulation
 
* hyperloop drag simulation
 
 
 
=[https://wiki.openfoam.com/Compressible_flows_by_Sergei_Strijhak Compressible flows]=
 
 
 
=End of day 14=
 
  
We arrived at the end of Day 14. The tutorial series is nearly at the end, but don't be sad, we still have one full day of joy and happiness for you. See you tomorrow!
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The tutorial series is nearly at the end, but don't be sad, we still have one full day of joy and happiness for you. See you tomorrow!

Latest revision as of 12:29, 3 October 2018

Today we will continue with programming. There is only one tutorial, but this tutorial consist of multiple examples and explains a lot.

Go back to "3 weeks" series.

Advanced programming by Håkan Nilsson

Here you will find an introduction to advanced programming in OpenFOAM by Håkan Nilsson at Chalmers University of Technology. You will learn about

  • implementation of a turbulence model
  • implementation of a boundary condition
  • implementation of a function object
  • debugging in OpenFOAM

End of day 14

We arrived at the end of Day 14. Hopefully the detailed information from today will further help you with your own problem setting.

If you have not already done so, try to start with your own problem at this stage.

The tutorial series is nearly at the end, but don't be sad, we still have one full day of joy and happiness for you. See you tomorrow!