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== Water turbines ==
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=== OpenFOAM publications ===
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Special interest group for turbomachinery
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<li> [http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/~hani/pdf_files/IAHR2006.pdf H.Nilsson. Evaluation of OpenFOAM for CFD of turbulent flow in water turbines], presented at the IAHR symposium in Yokohama, October 2006.
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=== Validation test cases ===
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[http://www.turbine-99.org Turbine-99 Workshop on draft tube flow]
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[[Category:FeaturedArticle]]
=== Full OpenFOAM validation test cases ===
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== OpenFOAM Turbomachinery Working Group ==
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The OpenFOAM Turbomachinery Working Group was initiated at the Second OpenFOAM Workshop in Zagreb, June 2007. See the [http://powerlab.fsb.hr/ped/kturbo/OpenFOAM/WorkshopZagrebJun2007/presentations/slides/slidesTurboSessionZagreb2007.pdf slides] for more information.
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Responsibles: Maryse Page, Martin Beaudoin (Hydro-Qu&eacute;bec) and Hakan Nilsson (Chalmers).
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Join the [https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/openfoam-extend-turbowg Sig Turbomachinery e-mail list] to be part of the discussions!
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[[Sig Turbomachinery / Short personal presentations|Short personal presentations of the people in the group]] (add a presentation of yourself!)
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== Objectives ==
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* Identify common interests with OpenFOAM for turbomachinery, and plan joint activities.
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* Develop OpenFOAM for turbomachinery applications, including pre-processing, solution methods, and post-processing.
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* Provide tutorials on how to produce accurate results using OpenFOAM in turbomachines.
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* Distribute relevant validation test cases and corresponding OpenFOAM applications.
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* Use OpenFOAM to develop Best Practice Guidelines for CFD in turbomachines.
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* Connect people with the same interest: OpenFOAM and turbomachinery.
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* Organize meetings, workshops and collaborations.
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== Guidelines ==
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Source files and tutorial cases should be located in the [http://openfoam-extend.wiki.sourceforge.net/ OpenFOAM extensions] on SourceForge.net under the SVN repository.
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Detailed written tutorials should be added to the 'tutorial' workspace below.
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== Work space ==
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* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Table of common interests|Table of common interests]]
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* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Developments|Developments]]
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* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Tutorials|Tutorials]]
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* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Validation test cases|Validation test cases]]
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* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Best practice guidelines|Best practice guidelines]]
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* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Publications|Publications]]
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* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Meetings|Meetings]]
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== Current projects ==
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* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Work on specific projects|Work on specific projects]]
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* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Organize the next meeting|Organize the next meeting]]
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[[Category:Special Interest Groups]]

Latest revision as of 12:50, 21 October 2013


1 OpenFOAM Turbomachinery Working Group

The OpenFOAM Turbomachinery Working Group was initiated at the Second OpenFOAM Workshop in Zagreb, June 2007. See the slides for more information.

Responsibles: Maryse Page, Martin Beaudoin (Hydro-Québec) and Hakan Nilsson (Chalmers).

Join the Sig Turbomachinery e-mail list to be part of the discussions!

Short personal presentations of the people in the group (add a presentation of yourself!)

2 Objectives

  • Identify common interests with OpenFOAM for turbomachinery, and plan joint activities.
  • Develop OpenFOAM for turbomachinery applications, including pre-processing, solution methods, and post-processing.
  • Provide tutorials on how to produce accurate results using OpenFOAM in turbomachines.
  • Distribute relevant validation test cases and corresponding OpenFOAM applications.
  • Use OpenFOAM to develop Best Practice Guidelines for CFD in turbomachines.
  • Connect people with the same interest: OpenFOAM and turbomachinery.
  • Organize meetings, workshops and collaborations.

3 Guidelines

Source files and tutorial cases should be located in the OpenFOAM extensions on SourceForge.net under the SVN repository.

Detailed written tutorials should be added to the 'tutorial' workspace below.

4 Work space

5 Current projects