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Old   May 30, 2011, 10:03
Default How to use OpenFOAM to simulate the cavitating flows of pump?
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Recently,I want to use openFOAM to simulate the cavitating flows of pump,but I don't know which solver I can use and how to use it.
Who can help me?
Who can give me some advice?
Sincerely for your reply...
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Old   May 31, 2011, 02:53
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Hello,

Check this out, this will be useful for you...

https://openfoam-extend.svn.sourcefo...nicalDiffuser/

Also, the case given here may not solver your problem. You need to check and think what exactly you want to do. ALL THE BEST.

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Old   June 28, 2011, 04:47
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Thank you very much, a usefull answer to my question!!!!
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I know this thread has not bee commented on in some time however I am keen to learn how you got on with your simulations as I will be embarking on a similar journey myself.

Any information would be great.
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hi,
did you solve your problem?

best regArds,

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Old   July 15, 2013, 02:42
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hi,
did you solve your problem?

best regArds,

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Dear behnam
welcome to forum

1- its almost a dead post , the original message returns to 2 years ago and the last nonrespondent message is about one year ago, so if a post is not active, usually Open a new thread

2- for creating new post, read this

3- and about your question, well, interPhaseChangeFoam is the solver in OpenFOAM which consider cavitation, however for pump you need to implement one of moving mesh or mrf method to it
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