Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA® Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA®
Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA® Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA®
Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA® Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA®
Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA® Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA®
Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA® Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA®
Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA® Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA®
Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA® Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA®
Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA® Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA®

Geometric Variation Optimization | OpenFOAM® and DAKOTA®

Coupling DAKOTA® and OpenFOAM® for Automatic Optimization

€80,00

Optimization tasks are the state of the art to optimize the design for the operating point. To prevent different modeling scenarios manually, the free software tool DAKOTA® can be used to automize the optimization task. This training case shows the coupling of both software tools, DAKOTA®, and OpenFOAM®. Discount of 50% possible.


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Nowadays, optimization tasks are the state of the art jobs for engineers to adopt the application design to its operating point to run effectively, efficiently and economically. The usage of optimization algorithms is related to the enormous development within the computer technology, e.g., supercomputers. That circumstance makes it possible to process immense amounts of numerical data. Therefore, this training case was invented to give the trainee insight into the coupling mechanism of DAKOTA® and OpenFOAM® as well as the fundamentals for optimization tasks. While OpenFOAM® handles the generation of the mesh, the numerical evaluation and results analysis, DAKOTA® controls that process and manipulates different file while re-running OpenFOAM®. The Lattice-Hypercube-Sampling (LHS) method is used for changing the inlet width as well as the angles of two obstacles that are inside the fluid channel.

Holzmann CFD does not give any warranty to the numerical results that are obtained within this training case based on the fact that there is no verification or validation.

Requirements
Linux system
the vim text editor (or any editor you prefer)
OpenFOAM®-4.x/5.x/6.x
ParaView®
DAKOTA®-6.4 (or higher)


Students
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