|June 27, 2012, 05:04||
cylindrical T-junction 3 different material OpenFOAM
Join Date: Jun 2012
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I am trying to model flow in T-junction(cylindrical) with conjugate heat-transfer having 3 regions, 1 solid and 2 missible liquid. Solid regions covers the entire surface of the junction.
I decided to use chtMultiRegionFoam.
I created mesh in gridgen. I specified material info in gridgen but openFrom dosent seem to read them, insted i would have to define solid and liquid region seperately so i could speciefy apporopriate thermophysical properties.
I general i know that it can be done in topoSetDict, but for this geometry i am unable to figure out how to do it
Please suggest something.
|September 20, 2012, 10:53||
Join Date: Apr 2011
Posts: 29Rep Power: 6
I am also working with chtMultiregionFoam... if you have found a method to solve your problem... Please do explain.. I am also working with a similar procedure... But dont know where to start with... how to work with 2 missible fluids in chtMultiregionFoam.
Thanks & Regards
|chtmultiregionfoam, cylindrical t-junction, openfoam 2.1|
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