Difference between revisions of "Sig Turbomachinery"

From OpenFOAMWiki
m (Added Featured)
m (Make sure that only a part is shown when it is embedded)
Line 1: Line 1:
 +
<noinclude>
 
[[Category:FeaturedArticle]]
 
[[Category:FeaturedArticle]]
  
Line 11: Line 12:
  
 
== Objectives ==
 
== Objectives ==
 +
 +
</noinclude>
  
 
* Identify common interests with OpenFOAM for turbomachinery, and plan joint activities.
 
* Identify common interests with OpenFOAM for turbomachinery, and plan joint activities.
Line 19: Line 22:
 
* Connect people with the same interest: OpenFOAM and turbomachinery.
 
* Connect people with the same interest: OpenFOAM and turbomachinery.
 
* Organize meetings, workshops and collaborations.
 
* Organize meetings, workshops and collaborations.
 +
 +
<noinclude>
  
 
== Guidelines ==
 
== Guidelines ==
Line 39: Line 44:
 
* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Work on specific projects|Work on specific projects]]
 
* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Work on specific projects|Work on specific projects]]
 
* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Organize the next meeting|Organize the next meeting]]
 
* [[Sig Turbomachinery / Organize the next meeting|Organize the next meeting]]
 +
 +
</noinclude>

Revision as of 17:48, 18 March 2010


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