In the current work, the overset meshes implementation in OpenFOAM v. 1812, is reviewed and discussed in the context of an efficient CFD methodology for the solution of flows around complex geometries and moving bodies, in two- and three-dimensional domains. We also conduct a thoughtful comparison of the physical modeling capabilities of OpenFOAM against Ansys Fluent (in the context of overset meshes), where we address physics ranging from multiphase flows to compressible flows, to turbulence modeling, and so. A few verification and validation cases are also presented, as well as best standard practices.

A comparative assessment and benchmarking study of OpenFOAM® overset meshes capabilities

J. Guerrero
2019

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In the current work, the overset meshes implementation in OpenFOAM v. 1812, is reviewed and discussed in the context of an efficient CFD methodology for the solution of flows around complex geometries and moving bodies, in two- and three-dimensional domains. We also conduct a thoughtful comparison of the physical modeling capabilities of OpenFOAM against Ansys Fluent (in the context of overset meshes), where we address physics ranging from multiphase flows to compressible flows, to turbulence modeling, and so. A few verification and validation cases are also presented, as well as best standard practices.
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