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  19. 09 Nov, 2017 1 commit
    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      ENH: region-wise decomposition specification for decomposeParDict · a9ffcab5
      Mark Olesen authored
        Within decomposeParDict, it is now possible to specify a different
        decomposition method, methods coefficients or number of subdomains
        for each region individually.
        The top-level numberOfSubdomains remains mandatory, since this
        specifies the number of domains for the entire simulation.
        The individual regions may use the same number or fewer domains.
        Any optional method coefficients can be specified in a general
        "coeffs" entry or a method-specific one, eg "metisCoeffs".
        For multiLevel, only the method-specific "multiLevelCoeffs" dictionary
        is used, and is also mandatory.
      ENH: shortcut specification for multiLevel.
        In addition to the longer dictionary form, it is also possible to
        use a shorter notation for multiLevel decomposition when the same
        decomposition method applies to each level.
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    • Henry Weller's avatar
      BUG: compressibleInterFoam family: Corrected transonic option · 293c0c30
      Henry Weller authored
      Resolves bug-report https://bugs.openfoam.org/view.php?id=2785
      ENH: compressibleInterFoam family: merged two-phase momentum stress modelling from compressibleInterPhaseTransportFoam
      The new momentum stress model selector class
      compressibleInterPhaseTransportModel is now used to select between the options:
          Transport model selection class for the compressibleInterFoam family of
          By default the standard mixture transport modelling approach is used in
          which a single momentum stress model (laminar, non-Newtonian, LES or RAS) is
          constructed for the mixture.  However if the \c simulationType in
          constant/turbulenceProperties is set to \c twoPhaseTransport the alternative
          Euler-Euler two-phase transport modelling approach is used in which separate
          stress models (laminar, non-Newtonian, LES or RAS) are instantiated for each
          of the two phases allowing for different modeling for the phases.
      Mixture and two-phase momentum stress modelling is now supported in
      compressibleInterFoam, compressibleInterDyMFoam and compressibleInterFilmFoam.
      The prototype compressibleInterPhaseTransportFoam solver is no longer needed and
      has been removed.
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    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      TUT: use general 'scale' instead of 'convertToMeters' in blockMeshDict · c2a0663c
      Mark Olesen authored
      - although this has been supported for many years, the tutorials
        continued to use "convertToMeters" entry, which is specific to blockMesh.
        The "scale" is more consistent with other dictionaries.
      - ignore "scale 0;" (treat as no scaling) for blockMeshDict,
        consistent with use elsewhere.
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    • Henry Weller's avatar
      surfaceTensionModels::liquidProperties: New temperature-dependent surface tension model · 97d12d8b
      Henry Weller authored
          Temperature-dependent surface tension model in which the surface tension
          function provided by the phase Foam::liquidProperties class is used.
              Property     | Description               | Required    | Default value
              phase        | Phase name                | yes         |
          Example of the surface tension specification:
                  type    liquidProperties;
                  phase   water;
      for use with e.g. compressibleInterFoam, see
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    • Henry Weller's avatar
      liquidThermo: rhoThermo instantiated on liquidProperties · f6dacfb4
      Henry Weller authored
      This allows single, multi-phase and VoF compressible simulations to be performed
      with the accurate thermophysical property functions for liquids provided by the
      liquidProperty classes.  e.g. in the
      multiphase/compressibleInterFoam/laminar/depthCharge2D tutorial water can now be
      specified by
          type            heRhoThermo;
          mixture         pureMixture;
          properties      liquid;
          energy          sensibleInternalEnergy;
      as an alternative to the previous less accurate representation defined by
          type            heRhoThermo;
          mixture         pureMixture;
          transport       const;
          thermo          hConst;
          equationOfState perfectFluid;
          specie          specie;
          energy          sensibleInternalEnergy;
              molWeight   18.0;
              R           3000;
              rho0        1027;
              Cp          4195;
              Hf          0;
              mu          3.645e-4;
              Pr          2.289;
      However the increase in accuracy of the new simpler and more convenient
      specification and representation comes at a cost: the NSRDS functions used by
      the liquidProperties classes are relatively expensive to evaluate and the
      depthCharge2D case takes ~14% longer to run.
  29. 17 Feb, 2017 1 commit
    • Henry Weller's avatar
      thermophysicalModels: Changed specie thermodynamics from mole to mass basis · c52e4b58
      Henry Weller authored
      The fundamental properties provided by the specie class hierarchy were
      mole-based, i.e. provide the properties per mole whereas the fundamental
      properties provided by the liquidProperties and solidProperties classes are
      mass-based, i.e. per unit mass.  This inconsistency made it impossible to
      instantiate the thermodynamics packages (rhoThermo, psiThermo) used by the FV
      transport solvers on liquidProperties.  In order to combine VoF with film and/or
      Lagrangian models it is essential that the physical propertied of the three
      representations of the liquid are consistent which means that it is necessary to
      instantiate the thermodynamics packages on liquidProperties.  This requires
      either liquidProperties to be rewritten mole-based or the specie classes to be
      rewritten mass-based.  Given that most of OpenFOAM solvers operate
      mass-based (solve for mass-fractions and provide mass-fractions to sub-models it
      is more consistent and efficien...
  30. 09 Feb, 2017 1 commit
    • Henry Weller's avatar
      compressibleInterFoam: Completed LTS and semi-implicit MULES support · b167c95f
      Henry Weller authored
      Now the interFoam and compressibleInterFoam families of solvers use the same
      alphaEqn formulation and supporting all of the MULES options without
      The semi-implicit MULES support allows running with significantly larger
      time-steps but this does reduce the interface sharpness.
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