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Hello Dr.Witherden, Since our discuss was nothing related to OpenMP or cuda, I think it would be better to open another thread. So today instead of "u = 20", I used "u = 0.0583090", normalized by the speed of sound. I have tried cases such as: - 2nd order and 4th order (to see result ...

Author: Junting Chen
Date: Wed, 19 Jun 2019 21:09:06 UTC
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Hello, I'm eagerly and gradually learning PyFR. I've run the 2D Couette flow tutorial in the examples folder bundled with PyFR 1.8. Now I'm struggling to interpret the behaviour. 1. The example is setup with order p = 2 and a timestep size of dt = 0.00004. When I increase the order to p = 4, ...

Author: Joshua Brinkerhoff
Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2019 23:29:28 UTC
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Hello developers, I am on a task of testing several CFD codes with the goal of finding one that suits the best of our needs. I am seeing a lot of potential in PyFR and would like to run a couple of cases on it. The 2d cases that came with the program are nice. Strange thing is that two or more ...

Author: Junting Chen
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2019 22:26:27 UTC
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Dears, I am trying to use PyFR as a tool for my research. However, I am having some difficulties to obtain simple results in a 2D backward-facing step flow case. I have tried to run this case considering incompressible and compressible flow. However, even I reduce the Courant number (reducing ...

Author: Douglas Fontes
Date: Tue, 04 Jun 2019 13:25:14 UTC
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Hi, I realise this is a bit out of scope for this mailing list. PyFR focus is on single phase compressible and more recently incompressible flows. Nevertheless, please let me advertise an internship programme we will be running at IBM this Autumn. https://www.research.ibm.com/labs/uk/interns ...

Author: Robert Sawko
Date: Mon, 20 May 2019 09:59:23 UTC
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Hello, I would like to simulate with PyFR the flow around a cylinder with blowing and suction on the wall. I saw that in the user guide of PyFR, for the wall boundary conditions, it was only possible to specify the velocity with a float. Thus, is there a way to specify blowing/suction condition ...

Author: Anthony Larroque
Date: Fri, 17 May 2019 18:06:15 UTC
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Hello! I would like to know about models for turbulence closure on PyFR. Which models are implemented on it? Is there any RANS model? Thank you so much. ...

Author: Douglas Fontes
Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2019 20:08:33 UTC
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Hello, I am trying to use Ennova software to generate meshes for PyFR. However, Ennova does not export gmsh mesh. So, I export the mesh to .vtk format, then I use gmsh to convert .vtk mesh to .msh mesh. Despite all these conversions, PyFR is not being able to read this .msh mesh. I am sending ...

Author: Douglas Fontes
Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2019 14:04:13 UTC
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Hello, I would like to know if it is possible to convert all .pyfrs files to .vtu files in just a command so that they can be read using Paraview. Also, how to see the converted files in a temporal manner in Paraview? These would be very helpful to obtain animation of my simulations. Thank you ...

Author: Douglas Fontes
Date: Thu, 07 Mar 2019 21:11:35 UTC
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Hi Peter, Last week in Brussel, you told me that you have a work around to account for periodicity in axisymmetric computational domains. Can you send me some instructions for Gmesh or Pointwise to manage the aforementioned? Kind regards Lars ...

Author: LW
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2018 14:07:51 UTC
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Hello everyone, I am trying to repeat the Taylor Green vortex with v1.8.0. The codes now runs well. But I am stuck with the extraction of statistics such as kinetic energy or enstropy. In general, there are two possible ways: 1. Export vtu files at intemediate steps, and extract data from ...

Author: Jian Yu
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2018 01:56:07 UTC
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Hi all, I want to use the solution of a turbulent flow from PyFR as an input for a Lagrangian simulation. The problem is computing the trajectories of the particles advected by the flow are sensitive to local errors in the fluid velocity field and can diverge. The trajectories can be computed ...

Author: Eduardo Ramos Fernandez
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2018 15:45:44 UTC
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Hello! I am interested in coupling Pyfr with other codes through a custom communication MPI based library. The general scheme to this would the following: 1) Replace internal MPI (mpi4py) communicators with one that I provide appropriately splitted. 2) During each solver time-step: 2.1) ...

Author: Eduardo Ramos Fernandez
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2018 10:33:01 UTC
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Author: Robert Sawko
Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2018 17:15:30 UTC
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Hello, I am just scoping out a project with a colleague and we were considering employing PyFR for an internal flow. We have limited experience with DG in fluid mechanics so I thought it's best to ask before we commit. Please let me know if the following could work in PyFR and if there are any ...

Author: Robert Sawko
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2018 13:54:06 UTC
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PyFR 1.8.0:

  • Added locally adaptive pseudo-time-stepping.
  • Added Riemann invariant boundary condition for artificial compressibility systems.

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