Hi, It looks like the oscil
It looks like the oscillatingFixedValue boundary condition does not work properly when it is used in the motionU file to apply a movement. See the case in attachment (moveDynamicMesh <root> <case>).
Hi, I can't get the attachm
I can't get the attachment.
Anyway, i'm using oscillatingFixedValue in motionU, and it works.
Can you detail your problem ?
Hi, Here is a smaller case
Here is a smaller case that should upload. Use fluentMeshToFoam to generate the mesh (cylindre.msh).
It looks like that the motion of the boundary is the half of what it is supposed to be, but the rest of the mesh moves like it should. See the picture :
Hi Mathieu, take a look at
take a look at this file src/fvMotionSolver/lnInclude/oscillatingDisplacementPointPatchVectorField.C
Your boundary motion is computed in this code part.
Note that motionU is a velocity and not a displacement, and the velocity imposed is '1.0 + amplitude * sin (2 * pi * frequency * t). You'll have to rebuild your library if you don't want the '1.0'.
Humm sorry, i gave you the wro
Humm sorry, i gave you the wrong path.
Check src/OpenFOAM/fields/PointPatchFields/derived/oscillatingFixedValue/OscillatingFi xedValuePointPatchField.C
Hi Etienne, Thank you for y
Thank you for your reply. Did my case work correctly on your OpenFOAM installation ?
Hello Matthieu, i'm getting
i'm getting the same issue with my installation.
In fact, i think your timestep is too long. Try with smaller deltaT (ie 0.05 or 0.1). Here is an attempt with deltat=0.05 :
Hi Etienne, I also tried a
I also tried a smaller timestep (in fact, I put a big time step in my case to clearly show the problem) and as one can see on your video, there is still a "distortion" of the mesh near the boundary which becomes an important issue for meshes with fine discretization on boundary layers. On the opposite, if you try the uniformFixedValue BC (with a constant non-zero velocity) instead of oscillatingFixedValue you'll see that it works perfectly.
By the way, I don't think the timestep size is important for dynamic mesh purposes since the Laplace equation is steady state (however it might affect the computation time within each timestep). Thanks again !
I don't think the problem come
I don't think the problem comes from oscillatingFixedValue condition. The mesh solver seems to have difficulties when there are variations of velocity. It seems to work properly with constant velocity.
Hi people, hi Etienne, It l
Hi people, hi Etienne,
It looks like I am very lucky...
I removed lines 313 and 314 in src/OpenFOAM/fields/PointPatchFields/derived/oscillatingFixedValue/OscillatingFi xedValuePointPatchField.C :
Then, I recompile the tetDecompositionFiniteElement librairy :
After those modifications, my case works perfectly with the oscillationgFixedValue BC in the motionU file.
However, I am not an expert with the code and it would be nice if an OpenFOAM expert could take a look at this issue.
I used openfoam 1.5. The file
I used openfoam 1.5. The file OscillatingFi xedValuePointPatchField.C is not in the directory mentioned here but it was located at src/finiteVolume/fields/fvPatchFields/derived/oscillatingFixedValue/oscillatingF ixedValueFvPatchField.C
Implement the oscillating boundary in the files pointMotionU and cellMotionU as follows. But I get the error message like
Selecting dynamicFvMesh dynamicMotionSolverFvMesh
Selecting motion solver: velocityLaplacian
Trying to construct an genericFvPatchField on patch movingWall of field cellMotionU#0 Foam::error::printStack(Foam:http://www.cfd-online.com/OpenFOAM_D...part/proud.gifstream&) in "/home/yslian/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-1.5/lib/linux64GccDPOpt/libOpenFOAM.so"
#1 Foam::error::abort() in "/home/yslian/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-1.5/lib/linux64GccDPOpt/libOpenFOAM.so"
#2 Foam::genericFvPatchField<foam::vector<double> >::genericFvPatchField(Foam::fvPatch const&, Foam::DimensionedField<foam::vector<double>, Foam::volMesh> const&) in "/home/yslian/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM-1.5/lib/linux64GccDPOpt/libfiniteVolume.so"
It seems the boundary condition is not implemented in the new version. I appreciate any suggestions.
refValue uniform (0 0 0);
amplitude uniform (0 2 0);
What BC have you specified for
What BC have you specified for the movingWall in the file pointMotionU?
The bc posted there is just on
The bc posted there is just one example. Basically, I want to oscillate one object around certain point, meanwhile, the object will move up and down.
The problem is the the oscillatingFixedValue does not work with OF1.5.
oscillatingFixedValue is not a
oscillatingFixedValue is not a valid BC for pointMotionU which is a pointField not a volField. Look at the avalable BCs for pointMotionU in
and if none of these suit your needs you can easily roll your own based on these examples.
Henry, Thanks. I noticed t
Thanks. I noticed that last night and I copied the oscillatingFixedValue from the
(timeVaryingUniformFixedValue Fv PatchField.C)
( Point )
I noticed the difference between these two is one use Fv and another use Point in the .C and .H file. So I change that the oscillating**.C.
When I compile the file, I get the error message that
fields/pointPatchFields/derived/oscillatingFixedValue/oscillatingFixedValuePoint PatchField.C:159: error: expected initializer before ā<ā token
fields/pointPatchFields/derived/oscillatingFixedValue/oscillatingFixedValuePoint PatchField.C:39: error: redefinition of āFoam::scalar Foam::oscillatingFixedValuePointPatchField<type>:: currentScale() constā
fields/pointPatchFields/derived/oscillatingFixedValue/oscillatingFixedValuePoint PatchField.C:39: error: āFoam::scalar Foam::oscillatingFixedValuePointPatchField<type>:: currentScale() constā previously declared here
I just start to learn C++ and so I search the internet for help but still cannot find a solution yet.
I reduced the error to only on
I reduced the error to only one: refined variables. If someone wants to take a look and fixed this bug, please send me email so I will send the files to you.
Hello Foamers, i have a que
i have a question concerning the formula for oscillatingfixedvalue in 1.4.1-dev.
At the top posting, you said that the velocity imposed is '1.0 + amplitude * sin (2 * pi * frequency * t).
I“m not a C++ crack, but in my files it seems to be
U = amplitude * cos(2*pi*frequency*t)
I just don“t understand follwing:
If you have a simple oscillating motion, it can be described as
then the velocity is
Where is the 2*frequency*t in OscillatingFi xedValuePointPatchField.C? Can anyone explain me the differencies between the last and the first formula?
Yes, that would be my fault.
Yes, that would be my fault. I've been playing with various forms, depending on whether you want the mean value in the oscillation to be zero or not and whether you prefer to start from zero (sin) or from extreme (cos).
I have no strong opinions on what this should be and soon we will have an intepreted formula here instead. Do you hav a preference? It would be easy to simply change your local version of the code (no consequences).
Still thinking about the frequ
Still thinking about the frequency.
Is that the number of oscillations per one second or the number of oscillations per given intervall (between starttime and stoptime)?
Thank you very much for answering.
I“m just getting familiar with the topic movingmesh, dynamicmesh and oscillation b.c. I also read your dissertations about the fem moving mesh solvers etc.
I want to calculate a test case and present OF to my institute (part of the University Stuttgart)
In like the oscillatingFixedValue b.c. and maybe i want to couple it with a topological layer add/removal.
But i“m just working in, so a little help is useful even if some questions may be stupid;)
Hallo Foamers! At the momen
At the moment i use laplacefacedecomposition and a motonU file with oscillatingFixedValue b.c. to define mesh-motion. Version 1.4.1-dev. But i am not sure about the appropriate files:
Is the internal-meshpoint motion dscribed here?
Is the movement/velocity of the oscillating b. c. described here?
Thank you very much for answers, the movement of my mesh seems to be too small...
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