|May 30, 2011, 10:03||
How to use OpenFOAM to simulate the cavitating flows of pump?
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Recently,I want to use openFOAM to simulate the cavitating flows of pump,but I don't know which solver I can use and how to use it.
Who can help me?
Who can give me some advice?
Sincerely for your reply...
|May 31, 2011, 02:53||
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Check this out, this will be useful for you...
Also, the case given here may not solver your problem. You need to check and think what exactly you want to do. ALL THE BEST.
|August 29, 2012, 10:27||
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I know this thread has not bee commented on in some time however I am keen to learn how you got on with your simulations as I will be embarking on a similar journey myself.
Any information would be great.
|July 15, 2013, 02:42||
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welcome to forum
1- its almost a dead post , the original message returns to 2 years ago and the last nonrespondent message is about one year ago, so if a post is not active, usually Open a new thread
2- for creating new post, read this
3- and about your question, well, interPhaseChangeFoam is the solver in OpenFOAM which consider cavitation, however for pump you need to implement one of moving mesh or mrf method to it
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