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Old   March 5, 2024, 05:07
Exclamation How to use SRFSimple for Propeller Simulation
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Hello everyone, I am trying to run propeller simulation in OpenFoam. I have followed propeller tutorial in simulation and used it to perform simulations for my propeller model but it takes too long as the timestep is too small. I would prefer to use SRFSimple for the steady state simulation but I don't know how to implement it in OpenFoam or what commands to use. The mixer tutorial only uses blockMesh but I need to know the commands and input setting for SnappyHexMesh. I have looked everywhere and tried to simulate it myself but there is no luck. Can someone guide me how can I perform propeller simulation using SRFSimple?
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