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Calculation of the deformation rateHi Foamers,
i am currently trying to model non-newtonian flow using OpenFoam and based on the PISO as implemented in the icoFoam solver, and I stumbled in the calculation of the deformation rate. At least so I think because the results I am getting for a comparison case with an a analytical solution. I am calculating thye deformation rate using the following formula DR=DU+DUT where DU=fvc::grad(U) and DUT=DU.T(). DU, DUT and DR are defined as tensor fields, that were all initialized in the createFields.h file, although they are not defined in the vector and tensorial fields defined in the 0 folder. The code I added to the file is the following volTensorField DU ( IOobject ( "DU", runTime.timeName(), mesh, IOobject::NO_READ, IOobject::NO_WRITE ), fvc::grad(U) ); volTensorField DUT ( IOobject ( "DUT", runTime.timeName(), mesh, IOobject::NO_READ, IOobject::NO_WRITE ), DU.T() ); volTensorField DR ( IOobject ( "DR", runTime.timeName(), mesh, IOobject::NO_READ, IOobject::NO_WRITE ), DU + DUT ); DU, DUT and DR are all recalculated in all iterations of PISO algorithm. Thus, all formulas are repeated in the main code of the solver I developed. Is the code that I presented O.K? When I compared predicted with analytical results, it looks like I not getting the values of the deformation rate I should have. Anyone have some idea how to properly represent the tensor fields, and to calculate the deformation rate I woulf greatly appreciate. Titio |

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