The Newsletter 2019-12-20
Announcement OpenFoam course February 26, 2020
Introduction to using OpenFOAM for CFD analysis
February 26, 2020
Delft University of Technology
Faculty of Mathematics & Computer Science (Building 28), Van Mourik Broekmanweg 6, Delft, Laboratory Room Penguin lab (0.E380)
Organizer: TU Delft Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (DCSE).
Registration: The maximum number of participants is 18. Please register early at https://www.aanmelder.nl/openfoamcoursefebruary2020 as we expect that more than 18 people will be interested in participating. For members of DCSE this course is free, TU Delft students pay € 50,- for the lunch and course material. For other participants the costs are € 200,- (including lunch and course material).
On February 26, 2020 an introductory course in the use of OpenFOAM for computational fluid dynamics analysis will be given at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of Delft University of Technology, in Delft.
The course is organized in the framework of the Dutch OpenFOAM user group (DOUG), by members of the Numerical Analysis group of the Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics (DIAM) and the Aerodynamics group of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of Delft University of Technology. This is the third time this course is taught and the organizers have used all the feedback from the first two editions to further improve the course material. There are now five tutorials available, and the participants can choose three that best suit their interest.
You will learn all the steps involved in computational fluid dynamics analysis using Open Source algorithms: geometry modeling, mesh generation, the actual computation and visualization for some basic applications. Additionally, you will be taught how to define a simple model in OpenFOAM. The course will almost entirely consist of hands-on Lab sessions, with only a brief introduction to the theoretical background of OpenFOAM. The complete program and learning objectives of the course are listed below.
Morning Session I 9:30-10:30 (Lecture and demonstration)
Short introduction to the background of OpenFOAM
Coffee break 10:30-11:00
Morning Session II 11:00:12:30 (Hands-on Lab session)
Case I:Incompressible flow
Afternoon Session I 13:15-14:45 (Hands-on Lab session)
Case II:Multiphase flow
Tea break 14:45-15:00
Afternoon Session II 15:00-16:30 (Hands-on Lab session)
Case III:Building your own model
Basics of OpenFOAM discretisation and solution procedure
Geometry modeling with SALOME
Mesh generation with SALOME and conversion of meshes to the OpenFOAM format
Mesh generation with snappyHexMesh
OF application for incompressible flow
OF application for multiphase flow
Building your own model
Visualize computed results using ParaView
After completion of the course you will be able to:
Generate basic to moderate geometric models in SALOME
Generate an unstructured grid for viscous flow computations using the SALOME grid generator and the OpenFOAM tool snappyHexMesh
Simulate time-dependent turbulent incompressible flow
Simulate time-dependent incompressible immiscible two-phase flow.
Build a simple simulation model starting from a system of partial differential equations
Visualize your results using ParaView.
What do you get:
A step-by-step tutorial
A live-cd/usb-stick to continue your work on your own system at home or in your office.
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