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Old   February 26, 2013, 16:33
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Pengchuan Wang
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Hello everyone,

I'm new to OpenFOAM. My model is very simple. I have a cylindrical domain in which one side is inlet, the other is outlet. The top wall is rotating and the lower wall is stationary. I simulated in icoFoam and it worked well. And it was a laminar flow. Now I want to simulate it in SRFsimplefoam. Do I need to change something?
I know that SRFsimplefoam is a turbulent solver and I need to turn off the turbulence. Thank you very much.
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Old   February 28, 2013, 14:56
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Hi Wang,

have a look of SRFSimpleFoam tutorial with one blade, it may help you.

Regarding turbulence model RASProperties --> turbulence model on / off

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