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May 30, 2010, 21:37 
conpressibleInterFoam for nonisothermal nonnewtonian highviscous flows

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Jitao Liu
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Dear foamers,
I am trying to simulate two compressible, nonisothermal, nonnewtonian (high viscous), laminar, and immiscible fluids flow. There is already a compressibleInterFoam solver for 2 compressible, isothermal immiscible fluids using a VOF (volume of fluid) phasefraction based interface capturing approach. I want to create a new compressibleNonIsothermalInterFoam. Tait state equation is used to express the fuid dencity varing with temperature and pressure: 

May 30, 2010, 21:44 

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Jitao Liu
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Is it possible to modify the compressibleInterFoam solver to take the temperature into account for nonisothermal compressible laminar flows? Any suggestions will be appreciated.
Best regards, Jitao 

June 11, 2010, 14:30 
Adding the temperature equation to compressibleInterFoam

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Dan Gadensgaard
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Hi Jitao.
I have succesfully implemented the temperature equation in the interFoam solver, and the procedure should be somewhat the same for the compressible case.
Let me know if there is any further questions! Have you implemented the Tait state equation yet? If you have, i would like to know/see how you have done this? With Kind Regards Dan 

June 23, 2010, 23:19 

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Jitao Liu
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Hi Dan,
I have added temperature field into compressibleInterFoam. The new solver works well in twophase (polymer and air) flow simulation. Constant thermal conductivity and specifik heat are assumed in this silver. The compressiblility is implemented in pEqn.H: rho1 = rho10 + psi1*p; rho2 = rho20 + psi2*p; I am trying to take into account the effects of temperature on dencity. The aforementioned Tait state equation is such a model defining dencity as a function of temperature and pressure. Sincerely, Jitao 

January 24, 2011, 13:10 

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Illya Shevchuk
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have you succeeded with the implementation of the new equation of state with temperature and pressure depending density? regards, Ilya 

March 18, 2011, 12:21 

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Hello Dan and Jitao (and others),
I have some practical questions concerning the implementation of the heat equation. First a remark: the laplacian in the code of Dan should be fvm::laplacian(DT,T) according to step 1..right? I'm a but confused how DT and cp are calculated since both fluids have their own properties. Right now I'm adding readterms in the "twoPhaseMixture"files (both the .H and .C) to read these terms but I'm not sure whether this would be correct. these paramaters are then defined in the transportPropertiesfile? Thanks for your support, Ralph
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January 8, 2012, 08:44 

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I realize that this thread is a little old, but I am in some desperate need of help. I'm trying to do the same thing that awacs was doing, that is implementing nonisothermal into the compressibleInterFoam solver, but am quite confused as to what to edit in the TEqn.H file. Isn't it when you account for compressibility you need to use enthalpy instead of temperature? That seems to be how all the builtin compressible solvers do for the rest of OF. I'm still trying to do it with TEqn.H, but I'm not sure how to edit it, would it be something like:
Code:
fvScalarMatrix TEqn ( cp*(fvm::ddt(rho,T)) + p*(fvm::div(U))  fvm::laplacian(kT,T)  (tau && gradU) ); Thanks Jeff 

June 23, 2015, 05:22 
Solving for enthalpy/internal energy instead of temperature in compressibleInterFoam

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Quinn Reynolds
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It's not even possible to create a reference to (for example) the mixture.he() field and then write your own "EEqn.H" for compressibleInterFoam  the solver will happily compile if you do this, but when you run a case you'll find that it will throw a "Not Implemented" error. This is because for some reason he as a field reference is not implemented in the twoPhaseMixtureThermo and multiPhaseMixtureThermo libraries. For example in "multiphaseMixtureThermo.H": Code:
// Enthalpy/Internal energy [J/kg] // Nonconst access allowed for transport equations virtual volScalarField& he() { notImplemented("multiphaseMixtureThermo::he()"); return phases_[0]>thermo().he(); } // Enthalpy/Internal energy [J/kg] virtual const volScalarField& he() const { notImplemented("multiphaseMixtureThermo::he() const"); return phases_[0]>thermo().he(); } q 

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