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Old   August 9, 2007, 09:17
Default Hi all, I am developing a c
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Hi all,

I am developing a code for capturing blast furnace hysteresis as a part of my masters research work. And as a part of it i need to add a k-epsilon turbulence model into it.

Can someone please send me a simplistic 2-D code for flow through pipe using standard k-e model ? I haven't used OpenFoam. I am done with most of my work. So if someone can send me the code then I can make the necessary changes as per my requirement instead of writing and debugging a new code at my own.

So it will be of great help if someone can give me this code. you can mail me at
rakesh_budhi@rediffmail.com

regards,

rakesh
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Old   August 9, 2007, 09:22
Default It's already in OpenFOAM. F
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It's already in OpenFOAM.

For a steady solution: simpleFoam.
For an unsteady solution: turbFoam.

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Old   August 9, 2007, 09:23
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OpenFOAM will do this for out out of box with no changes. Take the simpleFoam tutorial, modify the geometry (sufficient instructions are in the documentation) and just run it.

Enjoy,

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