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* '''author''': Jozsef Nagy
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* '''affiliation''': Institute of Polymer Injection Molding and Process Automation, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
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* '''contributor''': Jozsef Nagy
* '''contact''': jozsef.nagy@jku.at
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* '''affiliation''': eulerian-solutions e.U., Linz, Austria
* '''OpenFOAM version''': 2.3.0
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* '''contact''': <mail address='jnmlujnmlu@gmail.com' description='author'>click here for email address</mail>
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* '''OpenFOAM version''': v2006
 
* '''Published under''': CC BY-NC-SA license ([https://creativecommons.org/licenses creative commons licenses])
 
* '''Published under''': CC BY-NC-SA license ([https://creativecommons.org/licenses creative commons licenses])
  
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=[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaDDplpAJJ0 Transport equation]=
 
=[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaDDplpAJJ0 Transport equation]=
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[[File:scalar_jnagy.png|450px|right|1D scalar transport]]
  
 
In previous tutorials you might have seen fancy equations, which describe different phenomena in fluid dynamics. They might even be familiar from lectures, that you attended in the past. In this tutorial
 
In previous tutorials you might have seen fancy equations, which describe different phenomena in fluid dynamics. They might even be familiar from lectures, that you attended in the past. In this tutorial
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A deep understanding of the general transport equation is important, as you can derive from it all the important equations, which you will want to solve within your CFD project.
 
A deep understanding of the general transport equation is important, as you can derive from it all the important equations, which you will want to solve within your CFD project.
  
 
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For older versions of OpenFOAM the blockMeshDict file is located in constant/polyMesh, for newer versions the file is located in system.
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* '''author''': Bahram Haddadi, Jozsef Nagy and Christian Jordan
 
* '''affiliation''': Forschungsgruppe Thermische Verfahrenstechnik & Fluiddynamische Simulation am Institut für Verfahrenstechnik der Technischen Universität Wien, Austria
 
* '''contact''': bahram.haddadi.sisakht@tuwien.ac.at
 
* '''OpenFOAM version''': 2.3.0
 
* '''Published under''': CC BY-NC-SA license ([https://creativecommons.org/licenses creative commons licenses])
 
* '''additional acknowledgements''': Clemens Gößnitzer, Vikram Natarajan, Sylvia Zibuschka, Michael Harasek
 
 
 
=[http:// www.cfd.at/downloads/2014_OFoam_Tut_Example%20Four.pdf Transport equation]=
 
 
 
In this [http:// www.cfd.at/downloads/2014_OFoam_Tut_Example%20Four.pdf pdf] you will find a written step-by-step walkthrough of the tutorial above.
 

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Transport equation

1D scalar transport

In previous tutorials you might have seen fancy equations, which describe different phenomena in fluid dynamics. They might even be familiar from lectures, that you attended in the past. In this tutorial

you will get a detailed introduction to the most basic and also most general equation, which you will find in CFD, the basic transport equation. We will discuss

  • the solver
  • case setup
  • transport phenomena like convection and diffusion
  • influence of constants
  • simulation of scalar transport
  • post processing

A deep understanding of the general transport equation is important, as you can derive from it all the important equations, which you will want to solve within your CFD project.

For older versions of OpenFOAM the blockMeshDict file is located in constant/polyMesh, for newer versions the file is located in system.