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Practical Finite Volume Method in OpenFOAM: Applications of CFD with Second Order FVM is the complete guide to the theory, numerical foundations, and code needed to successfully tackle a range of problems with the finite volume method in ...

Author: Hrvoje Jasak

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0128233400

Category: Science

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Practical Finite Volume Method in OpenFOAM: Applications of CFD with Second Order FVM is the complete guide to the theory, numerical foundations, and code needed to successfully tackle a range of problems with the finite volume method in OpenFOAM. This authoritative guide will help readers to understand FVM discretisation of differential equations, as well as how to use it on an arbitrary system of equations, choose the appropriate boundary conditions and linear solvers for the system, interpret the results, and how to mesh, all in OpenFOAM. As well as building an understanding of its subject, a full coverage of the modern FVM code and its applications are provided, making this an invaluable reference for experienced practitioners and novices alike. A wide range of applications are covered, including fluid-structure interaction, naval hydrodynamics, combustion modelling, and solid mechanics. Explains how to choose and apply appropriate numerical algorithms for the system after an analysis of model equations Includes comprehensive coverage of general computational fluid dynamics principles for easy reference Demystifies the programming principles of OpenFOAM with a clear and approachable introduction to the code
2021-08-15 By Hrvoje Jasak

Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium, PRADS 2019, September 22-26, 2019, Yokohama, Japan- Volume I Tetsuo ... using multiphase volume of fluid (VOF) technique based open source finite volume method (FVM) solver OpenFOAM.

Author: Tetsuo Okada

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811546242

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This book gathers the peer-reviewed proceedings of the 14th International Symposium, PRADS 2019, held in Yokohama, Japan, in September 2019. It brings together naval architects, engineers, academic researchers and professionals who are involved in ships and other floating structures to share the latest research advances in the field. The contents cover a broad range of topics, including design synthesis for ships and floating systems, production, hydrodynamics, and structures and materials. Reflecting the latest advances, the book will be of interest to researchers and practitioners alike.
2020-10-05 By Tetsuo Okada

An Advanced Introduction with OpenFOAM® and Matlab F. Moukalled, L. Mangani, M. Darwish. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Using the Doxygen documentation find the class definition of the following type of data: Foam::face Foam::cell Foam::fvMesh ...

Author: F. Moukalled

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319168746

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This textbook explores both the theoretical foundation of the Finite Volume Method (FVM) and its applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). Readers will discover a thorough explanation of the FVM numerics and algorithms used for the simulation of incompressible and compressible fluid flows, along with a detailed examination of the components needed for the development of a collocated unstructured pressure-based CFD solver. Two particular CFD codes are explored. The first is uFVM, a three-dimensional unstructured pressure-based finite volume academic CFD code, implemented within Matlab. The second is OpenFOAM®, an open source framework used in the development of a range of CFD programs for the simulation of industrial scale flow problems. With over 220 figures, numerous examples and more than one hundred exercise on FVM numerics, programming, and applications, this textbook is suitable for use in an introductory course on the FVM, in an advanced course on numerics, and as a reference for CFD programmers and researchers.
2015-08-13 By F. Moukalled

This thesis builds on the work carried out by Lee et al. 2013 by further developing the upwind cell centred finite volume framework for the numerical analysis of large strain explicit solid dynamics and its tailor-made implementation within ...

Author: Jibran Haider

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ISBN: OCLC:1120623913

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In practical engineering applications involving extremely complex geometries, meshing typically constitutes a large portion of the overall design and analysis time. In the computational mechanics community, the ability to perform calculations on tetrahedral meshes has become increasingly important. For these reasons, automated tetrahedral mesh generation by means of Delaunay and advancing front techniques have recently received increasing attention in a number of applications, namely: crash impact simulations, cardiovascular modelling, blast and fracture modelling. Unfortunately, modern industry codes in solid mechanics typically rely on the use of traditional displacement based Finite Element formulations which possess several distinct disadvantages, namely: (1) reduced order of convergence for strains and stresses in comparison with displacements; (2) high frequency noise in the vicinity of shocks; and (3) numerical instabilities associated with shear locking, volumetric locking and pressure checker-boarding. In order to address the above mentioned shortcomings, a new mixed-based set of equations for solid dynamics formulated in a system of first order hyperbolic conservation laws was introduced. Crucially, the new set of conservation laws has a similar structure to that of the well known Euler equations in the context of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). This enables us to borrow some of the available CFD technologies and to adapt the method in the context of solid dynamics. This thesis builds on the work carried out by Lee et al. 2013 by further developing the upwind cell centred finite volume framework for the numerical analysis of large strain explicit solid dynamics and its tailor-made implementation within the open source code OpenFOAM, extensively used in industrial and academic environments. The object oriented nature of OpenFOAM implementation provides a very efficient platform for future development. In this computational framework, the primary unknown variables are linear momentum and deformation gradient tensor of the system. Moreover, the formulation is further extended for an additional set of geometric strain measures comprising of the co-factor of deformation gradient tensor and the Jacobian of deformation, in order to simulate polyconvex constitutive models ensuring material stability. The domain is spatially discretised using a standard Godunov-type cell centred framework where second order accuracy is achieved by employing a linear reconstruction procedure in conjunction with a slope limiter. This leads to discontinuities in variables at the cell interface which motivate the use of a Riemann solver by introducing an upwind bias into the evaluation of numerical contact fluxes. The acoustic Riemann solver presented is further developed by applying preconditioned dissipation to improve its performance in the near incompressibility regime and extending its range to contact applications. Moreover, two evolutionary frameworks are proposed in this study to satisfy the underlying involutions (or compatibility conditions) of the system. Additionally, the spatial discretisation is alternatively represented through a nodal cell centred finite volume framework for comparison purposes. From a temporal discretisation point of view, a two stage Total Variation Diminishing Runge-Kutta time integrator is employed to ensure second order accuracy. Additionally, inclusion of a global posteriori angular momentum projection procedure enables preservation of angular momenta of the system. Finally, benchmark numerical examples are simulated to demonstrate various aspects of the formulation including mesh convergence, momentum preservation and the locking-free nature of the formulation on complex computational domains.
2018 By Jibran Haider

Initial skepticism as to the applicability of generalpurpose computer software to practical industrial applications, ... based on what is referred to today, as the Finite Volume Method (FVM), and also the Finite Element Method (FEM).

Author: Steven Beale

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030921781

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However, with the advent of large scale high-performance computing, more practical DNS is coming within reach [7]. ... OpenFOAM is based on the finite volume method, which – in combination with unstructured meshes – limits the order of ...

Author: Wolfgang E. Nagel

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319470665

Category: Computers

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This book presents the state-of-the-art in supercomputer simulation. It includes the latest findings from leading researchers using systems from the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) in 2016. The reports cover all fields of computational science and engineering ranging from CFD to computational physics and from chemistry to computer science with a special emphasis on industrially relevant applications. Presenting findings of one of Europe’s leading systems, this volume covers a wide variety of applications that deliver a high level of sustained performance. The book covers the main methods in high-performance computing. Its outstanding results in achieving the best performance for production codes are of particular interest for both scientists and engineers. The book comes with a wealth of color illustrations and tables of results.
2017-01-11 By Wolfgang E. Nagel

To overcome the problems associated with the 2D methods, efforts are made to develop practical 3D boundary methods ... (2014) applied a FVM-based RANSE-solver (based on OpenFOAM) to wedge impacts at different angles and compared with ...

Author: Carlos Guedes Soares

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781315647197

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This three-volume work presents the proceedings from the 19th International Ship and Offshore Structures Congress held in Cascais, Portugal on 7th to 10th September 2015. The International Ship and Offshore Structures Congress (ISSC) is a forum for the exchange of information by experts undertaking and applying marine structural research.The aim of
2015-09-03 By Carlos Guedes Soares

Due to the high computational cost especially for high Reynolds number, DNS is not still affordable for practical ... OpenFOAM is an open-source CFD code that is developed based on Finite-Volume Method for complex fluid dynamics.

Author: Gnaneswar Gude

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 9780128094969

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Sustainable Desalination Handbook: Plant Selection, Design and Implementation provides the comprehensive knowledge base required for efficient and sustainable process design for existing and new desalination plants around the world. This valuable resource for understanding and utilizing the most recent developments in desalination technologies and methods addresses the necessary components, including process design and implementation, operational strategies, and novel discoveries that minimize environmental impacts. In addition, the book features essential illustrations, operational details, issues and potential solutions and sustainable management strategies for present and future desalination plants. Explains plant design and process selection criteria for each desalination process Presents international regulations and permitting for intake and discharge locations, design and disposal Provides energy recovery schemes, optimization and process controls Covers renewable energy sources, such as nuclear, geothermal, solar and wind powered desalination, energy storage and optimization Includes case studies of recent desalination projects and process design
2018-03-07 By Gnaneswar Gude

Versteeg, H.K., Malalasekera, W.: An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Finite Volume Method, 2nd edn. Pearson Education, Harlow, England (2007) 5. Greenshields, C.J., CFD Direct Ltd.: OpenFOAM, The Open Source CFD ...

Author: Chenfeng Li

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811384684

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This book consists of selected peer-reviewed papers presented at the NAFEMS India Regional Conference (NIRC 2018). It covers current topics related to advances in computer aided design and manufacturing. The book focuses on the latest developments in engineering modelling and simulation, and its application to various complex engineering systems. Finite element method/finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, and additive manufacturing are some of the key topics covered in this book. The book aims to provide a better understanding of contemporary product design and analyses, and hence will be useful for researchers, academicians, and professionals.
2019-10-03 By Chenfeng Li

... Numerical modeling of laser generated cavitation bubbles with the finite volume and volume of fluid method, using OpenFOAM. ... high-speed cinematography), in Praxis der Holografie (Practical holography), ed. by H. Marwitz et al.

Author: Kinko Tsuji

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319614915

Category: Technology & Engineering

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This volume is about ultra high-speed cameras, which enable us to see what we normally do not see. These are objects that are moving very fast, or that we just ignore. Ultra high-speed cameras invite us to a wonderland of microseconds. There Alice (the reader) meets a ultra high-speed rabbit (this volume) and travels together through this wonderland from the year 1887 to 2017. They go to the horse riding ground and see how a horse gallops. The rabbit takes her to a showroom where various cameras and illumination devices are presented. Then, he sends Alice into semiconductor labyrinths, wind tunnels, mechanical processing factories, and dangerous explosive fields. Sometimes Alice is large, and at other times she is very small. She sits even inside a car engine. She falls down together with a droplet. She enters a microbubble, is thrown out with a jet stream, and finds herself in a human body. Waking up from her dream, she sees children playing a game: “I see what you do not see, and this is....”. Alice thinks: “The ultra high-speed rabbit showed me many things which I had never seen. Now I will go again to this wonderland, and try to find something new.
2017-08-30 By Kinko Tsuji