OpenFOAM CFD
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OpenFOAM CFD

An Introductory Course to OpenFOAM CFD.
3.7 (10 ratings)
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42 students enrolled
Created by Antim Gupta
Last updated 6/2019
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 5 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Simulate flows in OpenFOAM.
  • Set correct boundary conditions.
  • Laminar and turbulent Flow.
  • SnappyHex Mesh Using Salome.
  • Visualize solutions using ParaView.
  • Calculation of Coefficient of Lift and Drag of NACA aerofoil.
  • Internal flow in Square Duct.
  • Internal Flow in Multi-cut Duct.
  • External Flow around Building.
  • External Flow around Aerofoil and calculation its Coefficient of Lift and Drag.
  • Heat Transfer problem.
  • Multiphase Flow problem.
Requirements
  • Computer with Windows OS.
  • Basic understanding of fluid dynamics and CFD.
  • Computer with 4 GB Ram and i3 processor is recommend.
Description

The Course is all about about learning new software such as Salome, BulueCFD panel, ParaView.

Many Student Faces problem in setting up Boundary condition and solving the problem.

The purpose of this course is to give a simple and straightforward introduction to OpenFOAM covering common bugs and mistakes so that you can easily pass through the steep initial learning curve at your own pace. While the lessons learned here can be applied to any OpenFOAM solver (of which there is a substantial range), the focus is on solid mechanics since the implementation is typically much simpler than more popular applications (high speed flow, etc.). In addition, since solid mechanics is necessary for most engineering disciplines even if it isn't that discipline's primary interest (aerodynamics centres around the interaction between solid objects and fluid flows for example), solid mechanics is an excellent core skill to have and a necessary theoretical precursor to a healthy understanding of fluid dynamics of all forms.

Who this course is for:
  • For Engineers, Scientists, Beginners in CFD and OpenFOAM.
  • For Engineers.
  • For Scientists.
  • For Beginners in CFD.
  • For Beginners in OpenFOAM.
  • For Experts in other CFD Software.
  • For Formula Student (FSAE) Teams.
Course content
Expand all 13 lectures 01:19:36
+ Introduction to this Course OpenFOAM CFD
1 lecture 03:40

In this Course you will be learning

Internal flow in Square Duct.

Internal Flow in Multi-cut Duct.

External Flow around Building.

External Flow around Aerofoil and calculation its Coefficient of Lift and Drag.

Multiphase Flow problem.

Preview 03:40
+ Downloading & Installing the Software
3 lectures 07:51

This Tutorial is all about How to download free Software from my Google Drive

Preview 02:09
Installing the Salome Software
03:13
Installing the OpenFoam CFD Software
02:29
+ Workshop 1 : Internal Flow Inside Square Duct
6 lectures 33:51
Geometry Creation in Solidworks
05:54
Geometry Creation in Salome
04:51
Pre-processing in Salome
09:09
Setting up case Files using proper Solver
05:40
Executing the Case Files using Blue-CFD Panel
03:55
Basic CFD Problems
4 questions
+ External Flow Around NACA4410 (AOA 30) Aerofoil and Finding Lift & Drag.
3 lectures 34:14
Downloading The Cordinates+Geometry Creation in Solidworks+Pre-Processing
12:43
CaseSetup+ Executing the file In Blue CFD panle+Post Processing
15:01
Calculating the Lift And Drag Force to find the Coefficient of Lift and Drag.
06:30