dieselengineFoam solver... not present in OF-2.0.1...
I would like to simulate the variation in injection time schedule in a Diesel engine.
I remember that in OF-1.4.1-dev there used to be a DieselEngineFoam solve, but it is no longer present in OF-2.0.1
I have checked and there is no OF-2.0.1-dev release either, can someone please tell me where to find the latest OF-x-dev release, and how to compile it...?
The one i have presently in my PC is the 2.0.1 release, and has been compiled with Icc compilers...
Thanks in advance.
If you do have 2.0.1 installed:
Instructions for installing that version: Short tutorial for installation OpenFOAMŪ[-Extend]
For more about the differences between the original version and the Extend Project version, see here: How do the OpenFOAM versions differ?
I've just checked 1.6-ext and the solver is placed in the same place; and I didn't find a tutorial for it either.
Keep in mind that in Linux DieselEngineFoam is not the same as dieselEngineFoam ;)
Linux (usually) uses a letter case sensitive file system, while Windows and Mac OS X use a letter case preserving file system. The reason is pretty simple: Windows and Mac OS X pride themselves in being user friendly, while Linux prides itself in doing things the right way :P ... And when it comes to CFD, you better do things the right way, or else... :rolleyes:
I know that in *nix, Diesel* is different from diesel*, it was just a typo...
Anyway, I think i will try to build a tutorial out of dieselFoam and engineFoam definitions, but i guess engineGeometry is different and incorporates the definitions of injectorProperties from dieselFoam...
Will have to search a bit on this...
Anyway, thks a lot :)
dual fuel combustion
I want to simulate dual fuel diesel engine with OpenFOAM. can I simulate this with dieselEngineFoam? If not, which solver I must use?
If I can use dieselEngineFoam, can I use (CH4) mass fraction in initial condition such as O2 and N2?
I want to calculate heat release rate (j/s), but in dieselEngineFoam output, dimension of dQ is (kg/(m^3*s)). How can I calculate heat release rate (j/s)? Do I have to change code?
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