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README.md

turbinesFoam

Build Status OpenFOAM 8 OpenFOAM 7 OpenFOAM 6 DOI

turbinesFoam is a library for simulating wind and marine hydrokinetic turbines in OpenFOAM using the actuator line method.

Be sure to check out the development snapshot videos on YouTube.

Contributing

Pull requests are very welcome! See the issue tracker for more details.

Features

fvOptions classes for adding actuator lines and turbines constructed from actuator lines to any compatible solver or turbulence model, e.g., simpleFoam, pimpleFoam, interFoam, etc.

Installation

cd $WM_PROJECT_USER_DIR
git clone https://github.com/turbinesFoam/turbinesFoam.git
cd turbinesFoam
./Allwmake

Usage

There are tutorials located in turbinesFoam/tutorials.

Publications

Bachant, P., Goude, A., and Wosnik, M. (2016) Actuator line modeling of vertical-axis turbines. arXiv preprint 1605.01449.

How to cite

The latest release of turbinesFoam can be cited via DOI thanks to Zenodo: DOI

Acknowledgements

This work was funded through a National Science Foundation CAREER award, principal investigator Martin Wosnik (NSF CBET 1150797, Energy for Sustainability, original program manager Geoffrey A. Prentice, current program manager Gregory L. Rorrer).

OpenFOAM is free, open source software for computational fluid dynamics (CFD), developed primarily by CFD Direct, on behalf of the OpenFOAM Foundation.

Interpolation, Gaussian projection, and vector rotation functions adapted from NREL's SOWFA.

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