|June 13, 2006, 04:24||
Hello, I am really new at O
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I am really new at OpenFoam and I was wondering about some of it's capabilities.
Specifically, I was wondering if the following flow could be simulated:
A flow which is unbounded (by walls or other, such as an atmospheric flow) and for which I could specify boundary conditions in terms of white gaussian noise (fluctuations about some mean velocity). Also, I was wondering if after simulating the flow for a few minutes, the velocity data could be accessed as function of v=v(x,y,z,t).
If someone could please let me know if this is possible, or at least could somehwat easily be programmed in. I would greatly appreciate it!
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