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jackdaniels83 May 31, 2007 09:38

Hello, I hope someone can g
 
Hello,

I hope someone can give me some hints on that:

I am new to OpenFOAM, C++ and Linux and i need a solver that solves forces on selected patches in y-direction, uses a turbulence model and provides moving mesh. Has one done something like that?

If not, what solvers do i have to combine to get it.

I need it for my final year project at the university, where i have to calculate hydraulic valves for a company that is supplier for the automobile industrie.

Any help is welcome, thanks!

Daniel

lucchini May 31, 2007 09:46

Hi Daniel, do you need movi
 
Hi Daniel,

do you need moving mesh with or without topological changes?
if you need only moving mesh without topological changes, you can combine icoDyMFoam with turbFoam and you will get what you need. Then you need to write a dynamicFvMesh class accounting for the mesh motion of your case.

bye

Tommaso

jackdaniels83 May 31, 2007 09:58

Thanks Tommaso, I don't nee
 
Thanks Tommaso,

I don't need topo changes, it is only a linear moving cock.

But what is about the forces? I need the forces resulting from the oil flow that appear in the moving direction on the cock.

Daniel

doum May 31, 2007 10:29

Have a look at : http://www.cf
 
Have a look at : http://www.cfd-online.com/OpenFOAM_D...es/1/3814.html
This should help you a lot!

Dominique


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