OpenFoam Doesn't recognize LESModel as a valid selection
Using the the thread:
I managed to add temperature to pisoFoam for use in LES computations. Everything seems to compile fine but when I run a test case I get an error message telling:
Unknown turbulenceModel type LESModel
Valid turbulenceModel types:
When I switch to a laminar case everything seems to run but I would like to do LES.
I have searched the forums but have been unable to find a solution. Does anyone have an answer? The case is too large to post. I have posted instead the code files. Thanks in advance.
The one I've attached seems to work, at least in OpenFOAM 2.2.
Please, for the next time you have a similar issue:
Thanks for the answer. After some testing and reading what you said it seems that there was no problem with my code but with compiling. I tried on another computer with another OpenFOAM installation and it worked. Although I am working on a Linux machine I guess the proper libraries were not being included...maybe an issue with my installation...but i can sort that out.
Sorry about not posting properly...next time I'll do it right.
i want to run a LES calculation for a rotating pipe with the boundary conditions of constant heat flux or constant temperature.
i want to evaluate the rms of temperature fluctuations, streamwise turbulent heat flux, azimuthal turbulent heat flux, wall-normal turbulent heat flux and reynold shear stress.
is this possible?
could you give me some more information about pisoTFoam?
What is this solver actually calculating?
I simply fixed the broken dependency that the solver had. As indicated in the first post, read this thread: http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/ope...lent-flow.html
The simplest tutorial on this topic is this one: http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/Ho...ure_to_icoFoam
As for what you want to do: I think it is all possible to do with OpenFOAM, or at least with the help of ParaView.
As for how to actually achieve each task, I suggest you create a new dedicated thread to this case of yours and detail your case and intended calculations, as explained here: http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/ope...-get-help.html
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