OpenFOAM is an open source Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver. It is a C++ toolbox with a large library, allowing for complex models and simulations to be carried out. It also comes with packages to allow parallel computation functionality, which you are able to do easily on Rescale.
This job uses OpenFOAM to calculate the steady flow around a motorcycle and rider.
Streamlines colored with velocity magnitude
Allrun script includes the following OpenFOAM commands:
runApplication surfaceFeatureExtract runApplication blockMesh runApplication decomposePar runParallel snappyHexMesh $cores -overwrite runParallel patchSummary $cores runParallel potentialFoam $cores -noFunctionObjects -writep runParallel $(getApplication) $cores runApplication reconstructParMesh -constant runApplication reconstructPar -latestTime
|Simulation Code||OpenFOAM 2.3.0|
|Description||Steady flow around a motorcycle.|
|Suggested Hardware||Nickel / 4 cores|
./Allrun -n 4
|Estimated Run Time||10 minute|