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Old   December 18, 2013, 16:46
Default Getting DPMFoam from OpenFOAM's 2.2.x GitHub
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Hey guys,

does somebody know if there is a opportunity to download a case there. I am interested in the following one

https://github.com/OpenFOAM/OpenFOAM...am/Goldschmidt

i didnt find a opportunity to get it on my harddisk..or download it..actually i dont know how GitHub really works.

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Old   December 18, 2013, 17:54
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there is another problem, which i dont understand really...

the solver "DPMFoam" does not work, when i execute it in the terminal as a command..

the error occurs: DPMFoam: Befehl nicht gefunden. (means: Command not found)

any idea...
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Do you have the solver in your installation?
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Old   January 10, 2014, 10:47
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there is another problem, which i dont understand really...

the solver "DPMFoam" does not work, when i execute it in the terminal as a command..

the error occurs: DPMFoam: Befehl nicht gefunden. (means: Command not found)

any idea...
There's no DPMFoam solver in the source packs (version 2.2.2) available on openfoam.org, so I guess you have to follow http://openfoam.org/download/git.php to build OpenFOAM from git repository. Then you'll have DPMFoam and case files you'd like to use.
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Old   January 11, 2014, 10:33
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Thank you guys for your answers and attention.

Indeed my problem was my wrong thinking. I thought updating my OF 2.2.2 would provide me DPMFoam. But thats wrong, obviously.

After I installed OF 2.2.x from the Repository i also had the tutorial of Goldschmidt with the DPMFoam- Solver.

So thank you!

But there are still a few problems with the solver because it is not working. The main point of that error is that there are a few lines in the solver-code which dont work at all.

Is there somebody who has already worked with DPM-Foam? Succesfully??

Thank you guys! Thank you Lilla!
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Old   January 11, 2014, 16:07
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Greetings to all!

@sanjar: It would make it easier to help you if you had provided more specific information.
I say this because I've executed the tutorial "lagrangian/DPMFoam/Goldschmidt" without any problem, simply by running:
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foamRunTutorials
Which basically will run blockMesh and DPMFoam and sends their output into the respective "log.*" files!

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If you have multiple versions of openfoam installed then it is advisable to have alias for each version and then 'activate' version 2.2.x before running the simulation.
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Old   January 13, 2014, 19:02
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hello guys, thank you for your attention.

@ wyldckat (Bruno):

my thoughts and detailled problems are described in the following thread as this one went a little bit out of focus concering its headline (but its not negative at all!! )

problems with surfaceScalaField

thank your for your advice with the command foamRunTutorials. It worked for me fine too, that means i also generate log file for DPM-Foam and for the blockMesh.

The problem is, that after i copied this tutorial in my own foler, named "run" and after integrate my own geometry/mesh with fluent3DFluentToMesh into that case (i also checkd its functionality with checkMesh) i got the problems described in the thread i mentioned before (problem with phi etc).

@ vasava:

Thank you for your answer. Unfortunatley i am not that kind of an expert in OF and Linux, so i dont know how to create alias and how avtivate OF 2.2.x (though its OF 2.2.x is already wokring, because if not, i wouldnt get an error during its simulation).
I would be grateful if you would explain it to me.

Thank you guys for the upcoming answers!!
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hello guys, thank you for your attention.

@ vasava: OF 2.2.x is already wokring, because if not, i wouldnt get an error during its simulation).
alias is a short name that you use for a command. Its like a hyperlink in windows. You can go through this link (http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/In...M-2.2.2/Ubuntu) for installing openfoam and this link (http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/In...nFOAM_versions) for alias.

Once you have made the alias (e.g. of222 for openfoam 2.2.2 and of22x for openfoam 2.2.x) then you can activate any version by of222+enter or of22x+enter.
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