- Curriculum vitae
- Numerical methods for dense gas-particle flows
- CFD codes for multiphase flow applications
- Quadrature-based uncertainty quantification
- Frictional models for dense gas-particle flows
- Large eddy simulation models
- Quadrature-based moment methods for gas-particle flows
- Tools for quadrature-based methods
If you use Ansys® Workbench® to build your mesh, you probably noticed that the .msh file exported is binary, and cannot be converted properly by the OpenFOAM® converter fluentMeshToFoam. However there is a workaround. Simply set the variable
before launching workbench, or add it to your ~/.bashrc file. This will automatically force the mesher to save .msh files in ASCII format, which can be then imported as usual in OpenFOAM.
Source: Simon Pereira @ CFD Online
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