foam-extend-3.1 "Zagreb" is released The Extend Project is proud to announce the next release of the community fork of OpenFOAM®: foam-extend-3.1 [link]!
Working Group for interFoam solver (sub-group of the SIG on Multiphase Flows).If anyone in the community has a problem with interFoam & would like to get solution for it, can join here and post their problems.Results will be published in this group and on meetings,e.g., at the Local User Group meeting "Stammtisch" in Germany.Created on: Thursday, 13 October 2011
At the Stammtisch United at Dortmund 2011, we noticed, that it is not clear, if the current version has an adequate "automatic" wall function, or if there are better solutions. Within this group we want to test wall functions and exchange suitable test cases.Created on: Friday, 25 February 2011
The founding of this group was discussed and decided on the OpenFOAM® Stammtisch Germany 'Mitte' on September 24th, 2010, in the 'hybrid RANS/LES' bof session.The aim of this working group is to get users and developers interested in Detached-Eddy Simulation (DES) together and achieve a correct DES implementation in OpenFOAM® and a common understanding of the method.Furthermore, the already established contacts, working groups and results required a common platform to be able to focus on our goals.Finally, testcases, best-practice guidelines and an improved documentation are needed.Created on: Friday, 24 September 2010
This is a special interest group created initially on the 7th OpenFOAM® Workshop in Darmstadt to discuss:- HPC Installation/Compilation/Configuration of OF in HPC environments - Scalability using OF and its tools on large systems - Availability of large test cases to verify such large system installations or other HPC related advances in OFCreated on: Monday, 02 July 2012
I would love to re-launch the documentation project in order to organize and coordinate community-driven documentation on the OpenFOAM® CFD toolbox.This group is founded in order to collect ideas and suggestions. Please join the discussion!Created on: Thursday, 18 November 2010
All about using IDEs for OpenFOAM® development and debugging in a faster and more comfortable wayCreated on: Friday, 09 July 2010
Ship Hydro SIG covers all aspects of CFD simulation of ships and ship systems. As a group, it intersects with the Turbomachinery SIG, the Turbulence Modeling SIG, and the Multiphase and Free-Surface SIG.Created on: Monday, 28 June 2010
This group is for anybody interested in simulating electrochemical systems such as batteries, fuel cells, capacitors etc. Hopefully we can share some tips on how to solve these highly nonlinear/coupled systems.Created on: Monday, 14 March 2011
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Turbulence modeling and simulation is a subject which cuts across all application areas. This SIG provides a forum for addressing issues associated with modeling and simulation of turbulence using RANS, DES, LES, and DNS methods.Created on: Tuesday, 29 June 2010
The OpenFOAM® Turbomachinery Working Group was initiated at the Second OpenFOAM® Workshop in Zagreb, June 2007.Responsibles: Maryse Page, Martin Beaudoin (Hydro-Québec) and Hakan Nilsson (Chalmers).The group has lots of contributions in the OpenFOAM® Wiki: http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/Sig_TurbomachineryCreated on: Sunday, 20 June 2010
This group is covering general topics related to chemical reactions and thermodynamic applications. You can use it for general topics and to find people with common interests to found more specialized goups.Created on: Thursday, 24 June 2010
The working group is interested in the development of approximate Riemann solvers for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws. Riemann solver is a numerical method used to solve a Riemann problem. They are heavily used in computational fluid dynamics and computational magnetohydrodynamics.Created on: Wednesday, 02 November 2011
The working group focuses on the development of a robust and versatile multiphase solve based on the Euler-Euler multi-fluid approach.Current applications of interest are the simulation of bubble columns and dense gas-particle flows, with granular phases described by means of the kinetic theory approach and frictional models.Starting point of the development is the existing twoPhaseEulerFoam solver, which will be modified to improve its robustness and then generalized to deal with an arbitrary number of dispersed phases. Further development will include the addition of quadrature-based methods to deal with particle/bubble size distribution.Created on: Wednesday, 29 September 2010
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