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Old   January 27, 2011, 16:27
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Hello,
I am looking for an expert on open foam to run flow simulations and thermal
simulations for a design.
Thanks for your time.
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Old   January 28, 2011, 04:10
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Hi Greg,

I am interested. Could you provide some details as to what sort of expertise you are looking for, what needs to be done, type of work and its details.
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Old   January 28, 2011, 04:24
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hi,

so am i. Please specify your desired physics a bit more.

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Old   January 28, 2011, 13:09
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Hello.
What I am looking for ,is to simulate the mixing of fuel/oxdizer
in a coaxial injector.To determine a stable flow regimes.
I have considerable data on the subject but no conclusive dimensional
numbers .
Thank you for your time .
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Hi,

Do you want to simulate the injector or combustor?

Please tell some more details regarding the nature of the project!
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Hello,
Just the injector for now,The end result we are looking for is to define
the limits of the stable flow region,without exposing hardware to
dangerous unstable conditions.

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Well i found uploading a huge pdf files to the forum is out of the question,
So i guess i need to ask what specific information is needed to model the
the coaxial injector?
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Are you looking for a volunteer, or do you have something to offer? Is it a job vacancy, free lance work? I'm not sure this is best place to look for it, but if you keep everything vague, nobody will seriously respond.
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Well i found uploading a huge pdf files to the forum is out of the question,
Then upload it to google docs, ge.tt or any other file hosting service.
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Old   February 3, 2011, 13:18
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Hello,
I am Looking for some help programming.
I am sorry to be cryptic in some of my responses but as some
might realize there are itar concerns,so i am staying strictly with
public domain sourced information.
I am asking those with the knowledge of open foam,what data
I would need to supply to complete a stability simulation of the
coaxial injector.

You can see the basics at:
http://www.greendesignbriefs.com/com...t/article/7825

The inner orifice will carry gaseous oxygen at 4000psi and the
outer orifice will carry liquid methanol at 4000psi

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