OpenFOAM introductory course
The course provides a 360° introduction to the features of OpenFOAM, the well-known open source CFD software.
Theory and practice
The theoretical lessons concerning the physics of modeled phenomena are associated with software explanation modules and practical test cases.
Some modules are general and necessary to understand how the software works. Other modules can be activated on request.
CFD theory, equations underlying computational fluid dynamics.
What is OpenFOAM, a short introduction, folder structure, installation.
Using the most common meshators associated with OpenFOAM.
Simulation of a 2D wing profile, at different levels of difficulty.
Theory + Simulations with rotor and stator components. MRF and Moving Mesh approaches.
Multiphase theory + practical examples of VOF analysis.
Main functions of Paraview post processing software.
Simulation of a test case on request.
Training courses available on request:
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