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* '''affiliation''': eulerian-solutions e.U., Linz, Austria
 
* '''affiliation''': eulerian-solutions e.U., Linz, Austria
 
* '''contact''': <mail address='jnmlujnmlu@gmail.com' description='author'>click here for email address</mail>
 
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* '''published under''': CC BY-NC-SA license ([https://creativecommons.org/licenses creative commons licenses])
 
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Latest revision as of 04:55, 28 July 2020

Go back to Day 1.

Go back to "first glimpse" series

First simulation in OpenFOAM

In these videos

velocity magnitude of the elbow case at t=75s

you will learn about

  • the basic case setup of OpenFOAM
  • the initial values of your simulation
  • the mesh (e.g. the boundaries)
  • running the simulation of the flow in a 2D elbow case with three different meshes
  • post processing

You will familiarize yourself with the terminal in Linux, where you will run all your simulations in OpenFOAM. You will also get a first idea on the work flow that you have to follow in order to run a successful simulation.

You can download the .msh file here:

msh-file

(left click on it, then right click on Raw, then save as)