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Some info about me

Posted November 28, 2013 at 08:11 by WGJTheron

I am currently the lead of marketing and sales for Flownex Simulation Environment software. In addition to my listed experience I have been accepted to study a modular MBA at UCT Graduate School of Business in 2014.

I have been involved with Flownex Simulation Environment since 2008, initially as a technical design and support engineer. Once I realised my true passion was to develop relationships with clients and intern grow our market, I worked myself up to sales and marketing lead...
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Foam vs Van Dyke, 3D, wing #2

Posted November 27, 2013 at 03:50 by skeptik (CFD notes)

Long. Expensive. Seems to be true.

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How to implement simple acoustic analogy

Posted November 15, 2013 at 02:30 by skeptik (CFD notes)

Here is useful work concrete with libForces library rethinking and implementing Curle's analogy on basis of it.

I think it would be very good just for coding exercise.

Complex online post-processing:
How to implement simple acoustic analogy in OpenFOAM

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Reading heat flux into tecplot from openfoam

Posted November 7, 2013 at 16:29 by cm_jubayer

Tecplot cannot read heat flux data from OpenFOAM directly with the OpenFOAM data loader in Tecplot. Below are the steps that I use to read the heat flux data or any other data that is not readable by the OpenFOAM data loader.

1. Open your data in paraview.

2. Export the data from paraview using File>Save Data. This will give you a csv file.

3. Now open the csv file in excel and rearrange the data so that we have variable name in the first row as...
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Getting ANSYS 14 Fluent, Windows 8.1 and VS2013 to compile UDFs

Posted October 27, 2013 at 18:00 by trollreign

1. Goal

I am a beginner at Fluent, and even more so concerning UDF's. I am facing a problem where I have to use a velocity profile at my inlet boundary and later I would like to write code to model an actuator disk. After reading the corresponding sections of the Fluent 14 UDF Manual I felt like I am ready to face the task.

Things didn't go half as smooth as I expected and in the end I spent a weekend getting it to work.

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