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Old   January 28, 2024, 15:40
Question OpenFOAM-Flow around Cylinders
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Hi, I have some questions related to the simulation of flow around a cylinder with some differences.

Is it possible to increase the number of cylinders to approximately 100? Can I add motion to all these cylinders simultaneously at their end parts, considering they all have the same properties? And how? If I have all of these cylinders with specific locations within a constant and non-motion channel pipe, how should I import all STL files into OpenFOAM? Is there any important key in creating and importing of STL files which I must consider? For these conditions, mentioned above, which solver and libraries work best and provide accurate results?"

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