I have noted that it is not possible to make a transient compressible density-based (rhoCentralFoam) simulation. Is that right? Has something changed in the new version? Or are we doing something wrong?
That module is not available anymore due to a minimal usage and unnecessary overhead. If we can help otherwise, please let us know - would be happy to assist you!
Thank for your fast answer. The problem is that I use simscale with my students (Aeronautical Engineering), and one of the practices is actually the simulation of a shock wave inside a convergent-divergent nozzle. With density-based solver (
rhoCentralFoam) it was performing perfectly, but with pressured-based (
rhoPimpleFoam) the convergence is much more complicated (I couldn’t still succeed). Is there any chance to use density-based solver? Or would it be a way to get results with pressure-based?
This is the link to my project.
With best regards
Thanks for letting me know! @Get_Barried has performed a study in the past on compressible solver(s), more than I did. Barry, do you want to comment on that?