This group deals with the implementation of quadrature-based moment methods for the solution of kinetic equations, with the purpose of describing gas-solid and gas-liquid flows (risers, bubble columns, ...).Created on: Sunday, 12 December 2010
Develop specifications for binary packages of OpenFOAM®, which are conform to each distribution policy.http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/Howto_create_binary_packageshttp://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/Installation#System_specific_tips_and_experiencesCreated on: Friday, 11 February 2011
Diese Gruppe soll den Beschlüssen vom OpenFOAM®-Stammtisch United (Kick-Off) am 23./24.2.2011 an der TU Dortmund zur Zukunft des OpenFOAM®-Stammtisch United Rechnung tragen.Der kick-off des OpenFOAM®-Stammtisch 'united' war ein erfreulicher Erfolg und es gab einige Beschlüsse zum weiteren Verlauf des OpenFOAM®-Stammtisch 'united':In der Diskussionsrunde 'Stammtisch United - Zukunft des gemeinsamen Stammtisch / Organisation?' hat sich ein positive Stimmungsbild ergeben. Es ist beschlossen worden, einen Stammtisch United im nächsten Jahr wieder stattfinden zu lassen.Eine Anbindung an ProcessNet wird weiterhin favorisiert und kann bei besserer 'Vermarktung' des Stammtisches zu einer größeren Teilnehmerzahl führen.Ein Turnus von 1x/Jahr für den Stammtisch United wurde von allen befürwortet.Form und Art der Veranstaltung wird beibehalten wie bei allen Stammtischen.In dieser Gruppe soll alles rund um diesen jährlichen Stammtisch diskutiert werden.Created on: Wednesday, 09 March 2011
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
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
OpenFOAM®® simulations take a significant amount of time leading to higher costs of simulations. GPU technology has a potential to reduce the time.There are a few solutions on the market such as ofgpu or SpeedIT. Which one do you prefer? What are their limitations?Do you think OpenFOAM®® community could benefit from GPU technology?Created on: Friday, 20 April 2012
This group will focus in developing an All-Speed or Mach-uniform multiphase themofludic code using OpenFOAM® as its platform technology. Such development work has been ongoing for a couple of years but now with independence and special focus for Lean Premixed and Prevaporised (LPP) Gas Turbine combustion application.The code utilises a modified 8-equation Saurel-Abgrall (1999) multi-phase and multi-fluid model with a hybrid density-pressure based solver as in Xisto et al (2011).Improvements to attain more accurate EOS to capture some flow features such as flash evaporation of multicomponent fuels (JP8) is underway. A more challenging issue of predicting primary atomisation will be considered soon.Created on: Friday, 08 June 2012
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
This is a forum focusing on the use of OF for built environment. Topics for discussion are, but not limited to, HVAC, Green Building, Wind Driven Rain, Fire & Smoke, Pollutants Dispersion, Blast, acoustic, and OF GUI for Building Engineering Simulation.Created on: Wednesday, 01 May 2013
This group aims to promote the use of OpenFoam for general CFD applications, e.g Aerospace, Automobile, Ventilation, Electronic cooling, hydrodynamics(free surface) etc.We also hope to organize a OpeFoam Workshop here in Singapore in 2014.Created on: Wednesday, 01 May 2013
This is a special interest group focuses on the use of OpenFoam for solving Marine, Offshore and Coaster Engineering and related problems.Created on: Thursday, 02 May 2013
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