OpenFOAM is first and foremost a C++ library, used primarily to create executables, known as applications. The applications fall into two categories: solvers, which are each designed to solve a specific problem in continuum mechanics, and utilities, which are designed to perform tasks that involve data manipulation. New solvers and utilities can be created by its users with some pre-requisite knowledge of the underlying method, physics and programming techniques.
OpenFOAM is supplied with pre-and post-processing environments. The pre-and post-processing interface is themselves OpenFOAM utilities, thereby ensuring consistent data handling across all environments.
Main Topics of Course:
- Particle Forces
- Particle Collision
- Governing Equations
- OpenFOAM Solvers
- Preparation the Problem
- Lagrange Library Modification
Dr. Ehsan Khawasi, Faculty Member of Zanjan University Engineer
Hamid Yousef, Graduate of the Faculty of Mechanics, Amirkabir University of Technology