OpenFOAM Basic Training
In this OpenFOAM® tutorial series, we have prepared fourteen case examples that are designed to help users to learn the key utilities and features within OpenFOAM®, including mesh generation, multiphase modeling, turbulence modeling, parallel processing and reaction modeling. The base tutorial examples can be imported directly from the OpenFOAM® installation directory. The tutorials should be primarily used for OpenFOAM® v10 but with slight differences, generally applicable to the other flavors of OpenFOAM® such as ESI-version and foam-extend! The structure of each case example follow the below general structure:
0. Background: an introduction about the key topics explored in the tutorial and the relevant CFD theory
1. Pre-processing: instructions on how to set up the correct case structure for a given problem using base case tutorials, with explanations on relevant dictionaries
2. Running simulation: instructions on running the solver and its associated commands
3. Post-processing: examining the results in OpenFOAM ® ’s post-processing application, ParaView V5.10.1
Tutorial One: Basic Case Setup
Tutorial Two: Built in Mesh
Tutorial Three: Patching Fields
Tutorial Four: Discretization – Part 1
Tutorial Five: Discretization – Part 2
Tutorial Six: Turbulence, Steady state
Tutorial Seven: Turbulence, Transient
Tutorial Eight: Multiphase - VoF
Tutorial Nine: Parallel Processing
Tutorial Ten: Residence Time Distribution
Solver: simpleFoam, scalarTransportFoam
Tutorial Eleven: Reaction
Tutorial Twelve: snappyHexMesh – Single Region
Solver: snappyHexMesh, scalarTransportFoam
Tutorial Thirteen: snappyHexMesh – Multi Region
Solver: snappyHexMesh, chtMultiRegionFoam
Tutorial Fourteen: Sampling
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