Fluent Mesh For CHT Solver
fluentMeshToFoam, cell zones, mesh transformation, multi-region mesh
A former colleague of Tobias wanted to compare different numerical analysis from ANSYS Fluent® against OpenFOAM®. To keep the different settings as low as possible, the mesh created by Fluent was converted into an OpenFOAM® readable mesh. However, as it was a multi-region domain, including several regions (fluid and solid zones), the cell zones from Fluent® had to taken into account and further split for the correct handling in OpenFOAM®. This training case shows one how to convert multi-region (cell-zone) meshes into OpenFOAM® meshes.
Note: The cases might now work with more complex geometries. It will just give one the idea of »how to convert the mesh«.
Published under the GNU General Public License 3
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The available OpenFOAM® training cases are tested and built for different OpenFOAM® versions (not distributions) on a Linux machine. During the tests, only the OpenFOAM Foundation version of OpenFOAM® was used. Furthermore, the following software packages are required for most of the training cases: Salome®, ParaView®, and for optimization tasks, one also needs the open-source software DAKOTA®. The OpenFOAM® cases might work with the ESI version of OpenFOAM® but it is not supported. For the OpenFOAM® extend project, the training cases will probably not work as the code diverged too much. Additionally, there is no support for Windows-based and MAC-based OpenFOAM® versions.
This offering is not approved or endorsed by OpenCFD Limited, producer and distributor of the OpenFOAM software via www.openfoam.com, and owner of the OPENFOAM® and OpenCFD® trade marks
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