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Old   July 4, 2012, 04:40
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amin66 wrote for me:
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i couldn't find masflux corrected in user guide. and we can't use zero gradient for P in each boundary. i'm so confused.

can i ask you send me your system, constant and 0 folders. of course if it doesn't matter dear.

another I'm in Iran, I want to contact you if you are here please.
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Dear amin
please write your problems on forum because your problem may be others problem and it helps them.
you should implement uniform pressure constant value for outlet and other is zero gradient
you cannot find many things about openfoam in userguids. you should discover it. and you have to calculate the flux handly and import it as value.
finally, I think there is no need for private contact please propse your problem publicly, ofcourse it helps other people too.
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i couldn't find masflux corrected in user guide. and we can't use zero gradient for P in each boundary. i'm so confused.

can i ask you send me your system, constant and 0 folders. of course if it doesn't matter dear.

another I'm in Iran, I want to contact you if you are here please.
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Old   July 4, 2012, 07:41
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Dear A_R
i'm sorry. you are all right, my private message was for this post:
interfoam BC

by the way tnx for your attention
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Dear Amin,

could you help me please, what solver you use to run your case?

I'm working in such case similar to yours.

Many thanks in advanced
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Old   February 11, 2014, 10:38
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Dear all,

many thanks for your posts. I'm looking for flow in a circular cylinder too to get the relation between time and drag and lift coefficients. I will write you steps that I applied and please guide me to the right way

1. I went to the tutorials/ basic
2. solver potentialFoam
3. I copied the cylinder folder and pasted it by different name.
4. I changed the controlDict file as posted by Mahlar in post number 7. (Note that I changed application to potentialFoam

then blockMesh
potentialFoam
paraFoam

and nothing new coming comparing with the cylinder case.

Might I don't ungerstanding something. Could you please guide me to the right direction.

Many thanks in advanced.
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Old   February 11, 2014, 11:27
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sorry I forgot to post my blockMeshDict

/*--------------------------------*- C++ -*----------------------------------*\
| ========= | |
| \\ / F ield | foam-extend: Open Source CFD |
| \\ / O peration | Version: 3.0 |
| \\ / A nd | Web: http://www.extend-project.de |
| \\/ M anipulation | |
\*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
FoamFile
{
version 2.0;
format ascii;
class dictionary;
object blockMeshDict;
}
// * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * //

convertToMeters 1;
vertices
(
(110 0 -200) //0 front circle
(77.781746 77.781746 -200) //1 45 Degrees
(0 110 -200) //2
(-77.781746 77.781746 -200) //3
(-110 0 -200) //4
(-77.781746 -77.781746 -200) //5
(0 -110 -200) //6
(77.781746 -77.781746 -200) //7
(110 0 200) //8 back circle
(77.781746 77.781746 200) //9
(0 110 200) //10
(-77.781746 77.781746 200) //11
(-110 0 200) //12
(-77.781746 -77.781746 200) //13
(0 -110 200) //14
(77.781746 -77.781746 200) //15
(-1100 -1100 -200) //16 front big block
(3300 -1100 -200) //17
(3300 1100 -200) //18
(-1100 1100 -200) //19
(-1100 -1100 200) //20 back big block
(3300 -1100 200) //21
(3300 1100 200) //22
(-1100 1100 200) //23
);

blocks
(
hex (16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23) (1 1 1) simpleGrading (1 1 1)
);

edges
(
arc 5 6 ( 0 0.02828 0 )
arc 6 10 ( 0.02828 0 0 )
arc 9 10 ( 0 -0.02828 0 )
arc 9 5 ( -0.02828 0 0 )
arc 21 22 ( 0 0.02828 0.392 )
arc 26 22 ( 0.02828 0 0.392 )
arc 25 26 ( 0 -0.02828 0.392 )
arc 25 21 ( -0.02828 0 0.392 )
);

patches
(
patch outlet
(
(18 22 21 17)
)
patch inlet
(
(16 20 23 19)
)
patch fixedWalls
(
(19 23 22 18)
(17 21 20 16)
)
patch frontAndBack
(
(16 19 18 17)
(20 21 22 23)
)
patch hole // I think it must be here, where is something wrong
(
(2 1 9 10)
(1 0 8 9)
(0 7 15 8)
(7 6 14 15)
(6 5 13 14)
(5 4 12 13)
(4 3 11 12)
(3 2 10 11)
)
);

mergePatchPairs
(
);


// ************************************************** *********************** //
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