|July 16, 2010, 10:45||
Additional variable for lagrangian particles (dieselFoam)
Join Date: May 2010
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I want to create an additional variable to be solved for lagrangian particles and I am looking to change the solver and source code both to do this.
Usually in lagrangian-particle model, we solve for velocity, (u,v,w) for particles and I also add equations to solve a new variable (alpha,beta,gamma) as follows:
alpha = u/t_scale
beta = v/t_scale
gamma = w/t_scale
where t_scale is dynamically calculated each time step for each particle.
This is means I have to add 4 new variables, alpha, beta, gamma and t_scale and solve for each particle.
Can any one please share their experiences on adding more variable sand solving more lagrangian equations.
I found a tutorial on the web "PC_Tutorial_dieselFoam_peered_NL_HN.pdf", but it shows how to change the evaporation model, but not really adding more variabkles and equations.
Any discussion and sharing of experiences will be much appreciated.
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