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Old   July 10, 2020, 10:59
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I have used other CFD packages but relatively new to OpenFoam. Planning to use Salome for modeling. I am trying to model incompressible fluid in a piston pump. 2D is perfectly fine. Is there a similar tutorial case can I start with? I guess I can start with movingCone example but looks like it has a structured mesh which will not be suitable for my case. Geometry I have is a little complicated and I dont think I can do structured mesh on it.

Any guidance is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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