|November 10, 2014, 11:46||
Linear motion of a solid inside a fluid
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I'm trying to simulate a solid body moving inside a fluid. I have found several tutorials of rotating solids as incompressible/pimpleDyMFoam/propeller.
Nevertheless the case that I want to simulate consist in a traslational solid, I mean, a body that moves linearly at constant high velocity. As the external geometry of the control volume is variable, I need a dynamic mesh (I would like to move the obstacle, changing the mesh topology).
I use OpenFoam 2.3 version.
Does anybody have any idea of how can I simulate this?
Is there any tutorial that solves a problem similar to the one described?
Many thanks in advance!
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