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How to install salome 7.7.1

Posted December 21, 2015 at 09:36 by suggalachaitu

1- open a new terminal type [ tar xzf SALOME-7.7.1-OPENSOURCE-UB14.tgz ]
2- follow by [ ./Salome-V7_7_1-LGPL-x86_64.run ]
you will see this error
bash: ./Salome-V7_7_1-LGPL-x86_64.run: Permission denied
3- then type [ chmod +x ./Salome-V7_7_1-LGPL-x86_64.run ]
type this again [ ./Salome-V7_7_1-LGPL-x86_64.run ]
Then you are good to go.
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Self Extracting Salome V7_7.1 Installer
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2 Funny Cases In CFD

Posted October 28, 2015 at 07:17 by adarsh tiwari

In my previous blogs, we had put special emphasis on saying that learning some software is not CFD. You need to have a sound knowledge about the basics of the subject then only you can validate the results.

Today, letís see an example where the two different cases of same geometry and condition will give two different meaning to CFD. But, let me first warn you, this could be little more technical for first few lines afterwards, you can enjoy the meaning.

Case 1: Colorful...
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3 Approaches To Fluid Mechanics

Posted October 28, 2015 at 07:01 by adarsh tiwari

In my previous blog, I had talked about the interpretation of CFD concepts and my discussion was limited to the nature of solution obtained from CFD simulations. In this blog letís talk about the nature of solutions and its interpretations in real-world applications.

As we look into the classical approach of fluid mechanics, we will see that there were two approaches for the determination of fluid phenomenon. Letís look into these three approaches in detail.

The 1st...
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Generating Surface Stream Lines with Paraview (From 3D data)

Posted May 26, 2015 at 05:18 by Mehar

Being a Newbie, I have struggled to add surface streamlines to a slice, as I cannot find Appropriate instructions on this...However, after a long time struggle, I am able to add surface streamlines to a slice, which I would like to share with other newbies to avoid that head ace!

Following is the step by step procedure for generating surface streamlines!

1. Load Your Data in paraview
2. Add Slice filter to your Loaded Data
3. Add SurfaceVector filter...
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Flamelet Model For OpenFOAM

Posted July 15, 2014 at 09:38 by Tobi

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I am working in the topic of the steady state laminar flamelet model since 2012 and used this model in my master thesis for biomass combustion chambers. Therefor I used the built version from Alberto Cuoci et. al. which was generated for OpenFOAM-1.7.x. For my research I used a newer version of OpenFOAM due to the fact of released snappyHexMesh version. Bruno Santos rebuilt the flamelet model for OpenFOAM-1.7.x, 2.0.x, 2.1.x - see here: Bruno Santos Blog about libOpenSMOKE...
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