This is Divyesh Variya. Thanks for joining my YouTube channel DD Fluids (https://www.youtube.com/c/DDFluids/).
I am working at the FOSSEE, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay as a Research Associate. We like to serve CFD concepts with physics in the simplest way possible. Hence, in all of my video tutorials, you will see simplicity even in very complex problems.
On my YouTube channel, you will see different sections/playlists. The major ones are installation, Meshing, Boundary conditions, Solving, and Post-Processing. You can identify each video type from the color code of the thumbnail.
I would suggest you do simulations on your computers as well while watching the video. Hands-on experience will help you in debugging the problems you encounter. If you are stuck at any point in the tutorial, I would request you to post the issue in the comment section. I will try to reply as soon as possible. This process will help others too if they are facing the same problem.
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If you have any specific problem in your mind, you can contact me on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/divyeshvariya/). We regularly announce basic and advanced workshops and internships, you will get notifications on the same LinkedIn profile. You can also join my telegram channel (https://t.me/DDFluids/) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/cfd_openfoam/)
Let's learn together.
The following tutorials are available at the moment:
1 Overview & Installation
2 First OpenFOAM Simulation
3 Meshing in OpenFOAM
4 Boundary Conditions in OpenFOAM
5 Solvers in OpenFOAM
6 Post-Processing in ParaView & OpenFOAM
7 Upcoming Tutorials
Adaptive Mesh Refinement in OpenFOAM
Bubble rising in a water column | Euler [twoPhaseEulerFoam]