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Old   July 31, 2013, 21:30
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hi Foamers,
i am dealing since few months with this problems, free surface piercing foil ventilation or not. and i want to calculate drag and lift with OpenFoam.
is anyone got indication where i can find some experimental results for validation of my OF settings...
thanks LL
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hi to all,
http://www.cfd-online.com/Wiki/Free-...0024_Hydrofoil

good one, any other page like this for validation the OF results?
is LTSInterFoam the best Solver for this problem?
thank for helping LL
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