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Old   January 17, 2014, 06:54
Default Boundary Conditions for pressure distribution and localized mach number
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I have undertaken a project wherein I've to perform CFD analysis of a wing. I've chosen NACA 0015 coordinates, imported it into CATIA and built the wing. I imported the .stl file into OpenFOAM. I've used snappyHexMesh for the meshing. I have a non-structured mesh as of now. My question is regarding the boundary conditions. I've tried applying freestream velocity and freestream pressure. The problem is when I switch to the p field in ParaView, it shows that value of p is 0. When I switch to the velocity field I can see some results of which I'm attaching a screen shot (I think the results are wring). I'm new to OpenFOAM and CFD. So any guidance as to how to apply my boundary conditions will be extremely helpful. Also some pointers towards getting a structured mesh will also be very helpful.
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Old   January 20, 2014, 08:05
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