Hi all, I am a newbie of Op
I am a newbie of OpenFOAM and CFD. I have a question of my first test:
I used potentialFOAM to solve a simple channel flow. The slip bounday condition seems work well. Then I change the boundary to no-slip , ie, set the velocity on boundary to fixedvalue zero.
Then I get a very strange result.
The velocity field is nearly the same as the one of slip condition. I can not see a velocity profile that smoothly ramps down to zero to the boudnaries. Velocity ramps down only in those triangles that has edges (vertieces) on boundaries. So it shoul not be correct.
Could you tell me what's the possible reason leading to this error ?
Thanks in advance.
Potential flows are per defini
Potential flows are per definition frictionless. Hence, it is not reasonable to define no slip boundary condition at walls (for that you would need wall friction!)
So you probably need another way of solving your problem (e.g. k-epsilon with wall function or so)
Dear Corenc, you should rev
you should review the physical background of potentialFoam.
solving the potential equations requires the flow field to be free of rotation and to have NO friction (no viscosity related effects).
Therefore setting a no-slip BC does not make any sense.
Hi,Michael & Christian, thank
Hi,Michael & Christian, thank you for your immediately reply. In fact I work in computer animation. I teach Fluid Mechinqiues myself http://www.cfd-online.com/OpenFOAM_D...part/happy.gif So maybe many erros in the followings...
In my understanding, potential flow only requires irrotational. but not non-viscosity. Ok . even it may make no physical sense. Anyway, there is no term of viscosity in the Laplace equation. Why I cant give the no-slip boundary and then solve the laplace?
I also tried the case in Fluen
I also tried the case in Fluent.
And there, I set the viscosity. But I got the same problem as in OpenFoame: non-slip doesn't work. It drives me crazy...
Give me some hints, please.
Hi Corenc, if you want to s
if you want to solve a steady, fully developed, channel flow in openFOAM, you might want to try simpleFoam.
If you have problems, post the case dictionaries in the forum, so we can give them a look.
With kind regards,
Hi Corenc, the potential fl
the potential flow is a simplification of the euler momentum balance which is only valid for high Reynolds-numbers. Therefore friction is neglected --> there is no dissipative term which contains viscosity.
Regarding physical sense: sometimes there is no way to solve a equation which simply does not describe the physics right ;-)
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Dear Vijay, please refrain
please refrain from hijacking threads of different topics in the future.
Your question has already been answered in this thread:
You posted your question there by copying the first post (i do not understand why), so why post it again and again?
Hi Corenc, here I found a s
here I found a some information about viscous potential flow: http://fluid.ippt.gov.pl/ictam04/tex...FM20_10843.pdf
It seems to be a quite unexplored field.
But normally potential flow is, as also Christian wrote, inviscous. If you set the viscous term in the momentum equation to zero, you end up with a partial differential equation of 1st order. Thus you can apply only one velocity boundary condition and this would be the impermeability condition.
Hope this helps a little more!
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