This kind of geometry would be very tricky to simulate with sliding mesh techniques.
When I bought a new macbook four years ago, I made the decision to migrate from fink to macports. Now, having decided to make the upgrade to El Capitan, I’m also experimenting with homebrew. This time however, I’m attempting to run both package managers simultaneously. I’m not, however doing this in parallel (the homebrew people specifically warn against this, and neither system would be particularly happy).
Thanks to Frank for reminding me to document this:
This is a schematic of the kind of flow we’re interested in.
This shows a comparision of simulations of a rotating 2d backwards facing step with and without a synthetic eddy method (SEM) at the inlet boundary. This is also a shameless test of RSS with a video post.
One feature not everyone realises is available in ParaView is the ability to diable the annoying splash screen which is shown whenever the program boots. This used to be readily visible from the first options tab on the Preferences menu, but now it’s hidden as an “advanced” option. To use it, make them visible, then deselect the option “Show Splash Screen” and apply your changes. All done.
Trying to keep some living notes on how markdown works.