Solving problem in "cavity with pisoFoam LES"
i want solve lid driven cavity with LES. i used files in tutorial file pisoFoam/LES/.
After creating cavity mesh and adjusting boundary conditions in 0 and polymesh folders and typing pisoFoam leads to:
Did you work through this problem? I am encountering the same thing with interFoam now, and would be interested to know how to resolve it.
i think its problem was for using system folder of another solver instead of pisoFoam and fvsolution and etc was not proper for pisoFoam.
Regarding the error:
The solver needs to know what and where the reference pressure is. Add the following to your fvsolution file:
pRefPoint (-0.081 -0.0257 8.01);
hi everyone, this thread is probably "closed" because "solved",...
nevertheless i have a problem concerning just this pressure referencing, i hope somebody can help:
i'd like to sim a channel flow with pisoFoam (ras - if that maybe the cause of the problem, which i think is/should be unlikely), my checkMesh output gives
...Overall domain bounding box (0 0 -0.053) (0.99 0.031 0.053)...
for my referencing i have in fvSolution
pRefPoint (0.99 0.031 0);
still, when i run the solver, i get the following error message:
--> FOAM FATAL IO ERROR:
Unable to set reference cell for field p
Reference point pRefPoint (0.99 0.031 0.053) found on 0 domains (should be one)
file: /home/users/<...>/run/multiphase/<...>/system/fvSolution::PISO from line 157 to line 167.
From function void Foam::setRefCell
in file cfdTools/general/findRefCell/findRefCell.C at line 95.
i should mention that i'm not quite an expert on code manipulation, if there might be a hint in the error output on what is actually going wrong , i might not have seen it. in that case, i would appreciate it if someone could shed some light...
It is a bit tricky, but the point that you use to define the reference cell, is on the boundary, and not inside the domain. Something like pRefPoint (0.899 0.0309 0); should select the desired cell.
thx for the quick reply...
i thought about that too and tried 0.0309999 but without success,... but now i tried "every" parameter (x, y, z inside) and it worked...
anyone an idea why it doesnt work though? it works for interfoam?!
is this (= not working if point is ON boundary) a bug or intended?
Probably z=0 is exactly on a cell face, so you should try a slightly bigger scalar there as well.
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