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This tutorial is an excellent summary of all the information you will need to implement your own custom solvers or libraries in OpenFOAM by taking you through the implementation amongst others on the Casson model, which describes the flow of molten chocolate. The focus is on:
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Although this tutrial is unfortunately not up to date, it is an excellent summary of all the information you will need to implement your own custom solvers or libraries in OpenFOAM by taking you through the implementation amongst others on the Casson model, which describes the flow of molten chocolate. The focus is on:
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:29, 25 March 2020

On Day 15 we will finalize our "3 weeks" tutorial series by doing a fun programming simulation and going through a couple of pages of pdf.

Go back to "3 weeks" series.

Tips by Gerhard Holzinger

Start on page 231 and go through until page 283 with the programming section. The pdf might not be always 100% up to date with the current releases, but still you will learn a lot.

Modeling chocolate

Although this tutrial is unfortunately not up to date, it is an excellent summary of all the information you will need to implement your own custom solvers or libraries in OpenFOAM by taking you through the implementation amongst others on the Casson model, which describes the flow of molten chocolate. The focus is on:

  • header files
  • base types
  • fvMesh
  • GeometricField
  • IOobject and objectRegistry
  • Higher-level programming
  • fvc::, fvm:: operators
  • compilation
  • Boussinesq approximation
  • Casson model

End of day 15

Now at the end of Day 15 please return to the "3 weeks" series and finish your journey with this series and look forward to further steps.