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Old   June 5, 2020, 03:40
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Hello everyone,


I am currently doing my Bachelor Thesis in CFD. It is about simulating particles in a filter with OpenFOAM.


I am looking for a FOAMer who can look into my case and who can tell me step by step what to do.


Please contact me if you are interested in that kind of assistance. We will discuss about the Price and other Details.


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Hello I have done my doctorate in CFD from IIT Bombay. I have worked in Openfoam on various compressible and incompressible solvers in Openfoam for more than 8 years. I have used Openfoam along with paraview and I will be happy to guide you for your problem. In case you can connect me with aditya198601(at)gmail.com and I will be happy to show some examples of my work.

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Hello everyone,


I am currently doing my Bachelor Thesis in CFD. It is about simulating particles in a filter with OpenFOAM.


I am looking for a FOAMer who can look into my case and who can tell me step by step what to do.


Please contact me if you are interested in that kind of assistance. We will discuss about the Price and other Details.


Thank you
Simon
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Hi,

The filtration simulation with OpenFOAM is quite straightforward. If you are dealing with granular type of filer with moderate Reynolds number. Your majority computation time will be devoted to mesh generation. The laminar or Stokes solution to the filtration problem is computational cheap.

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