In this page you will find a collection of OpenFOAM related events and projects.
OpenFOAM Workshop (Year): Location, Host
- OFW14 (2019): Duisburg, Germany, Development Center for Shiptechnology and Transportsystems (DST)
- OFW13 (2018): Shanghai, China, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
- OFW12 (2017): Exeter, United Kingdom, University of Exeter
- OFW11 (2016): Guimarães, Portugal, IPC/i3N-Institute of Polymers and Composites from the University of Minho
- OFW10 (2015): Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, Department of Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering
- OFW9 (2014): Zagreb, Croatia, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FSB)
- OFW8 (2013): Jeju, South Korea, Dept of Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering
- OFW7 (2012): Darmstadt, Germany, Center for Smart Interfaces
- OFW6 (2011): State College, Pennsylvania, USA, Applied Research Laboratory
- OFW5 (2010): Gothenburg, Sweden, Chalmers Department of Applied Mechanics
- OFW4 (2009): Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Hydro Quebec
- OFW3 (2008): Milan, Italy, Internal Combustion Engine Group (ICE)
- OFW2 (2007): Zagreb, Croatia, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FSB)
- OFW1 (2006): Zagreb, Croatia, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FSB)
PROJECTS BASED ON OPENFOAM® TECHNOLOGY
Project Name: Short Description
- BlueCFD-Core: This project provides source code and unofficial ports for up-to-date 64 bit Windows 7 to 10
- CUFFLINK: A library for linking numerical methods based on CUDA™ C/C++ with OpenFOAM®.
- foam-extend: An extended version of OpenFOAM with community driven contributions
- HELYX-OS: A graphical user interface for standard OpenFOAM®
- SOWFA: (Simulator fOr Wind Farm Applications) is a set of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solvers; boundary conditions; and turbine models based on the OpenFOAM CFD toolbox.
- Swak4Foam: A supplemental library of boundary conditions; utilities; and function objects to expand the capability of leveraging expressions in OpenFOAM technology
- TurbinesFoam: turbinesFoam is a library for simulating wind and marine hydrokinetic turbines in OpenFOAM (3.0.x and 4.x) using the actuator line method.
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