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Old   April 24, 2016, 21:31
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hi
i have a question
i have simulated a water impinging jet flow (incompressible case is water )
i chose buoyantBoussinesqSimpleFoam solver
is correct or not
if is not correct ???
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simplefoam+Temperature equation or buoyantBoussinesqSimpleFoam

what is the best solver for this case ( impinging jet flow with water is the fluid)
this is my question please help me and thank you for all
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Old   April 25, 2016, 02:43
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Hello Amine,

the solver you have to choose is dependend on the phenomena's you have. If you have buoyancy driven flow, you need the buoyancy term that forces the fluid to flow. Hence you should use buoyant...Foam.

SimpleFOAM + Temperature equation will not fulfill buoyancy if you not add the buoyancy force. Boussinesq Approximation is only fulfilled if you have only density change of 2-5% (for water), otherwise I would prefer to use the normal buoyant...Foam.

FInally your question has to be answered by yourself.
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Hi Tobi,

kindly suggest a solver for a single-phase transient case involving, forced convections [inlet velocity of fluid: water] + gravity. I have tried using buoyantBoussinesqPimpleFoam by setting thermal expansion coefficient (beta) = 0. But I couldn't find the effect of gravity in the simulation.

Kindly suggest how to proceed. Thanks
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What about buoyantPimpleFoam?

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