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OpenFOAM tutorial: Calculating the Cornell FLUENT tutorials with OpenFOAM 2.2/7 - Turbulent pipe flow - Low-Re

CFDOpenFOAM tutorial: Calculating the Cornell FLUENT tutorials with OpenFOAM 2/7 - Turbulent pipe flow - High-Re

CFDOpenFOAM - create blockMeshDict templates with customizable dimensions: O-grid


about me

Dear Guest!

I am a mechanical engineer working in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics. Currently I am employed at AVL an Austrian engine developer company. I have created this page with the purpose of sharing my free time productivities (photos, tutorials) with you.

I hope you will find this page usefull and relaxing. If you do so come back again later on. Please feel free to share your opinion or feedback with me in addition. To do that, please use the following email: sb@somogyibence.hu.

Kind Regards,
Bence Somogyi


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Personal particulars

Nationality: Hungarian
Date of Birth: 1983.01.20.
E-mail: bencesomogyi at gmail dot com

Career history

April, 2007 – : CFD Analysis Engineer, AVL (Hungary Tech Center)

April, 2008 – Febr, 2009: Professional Training at the AVL Headquarters, Graz, Austria

August, 2009 – February, 2010: part time employment at the Budapest University of Technology. Working on projects of the Department of Energy Engineering and its industrial partners. Scope of activities: CFD Analysis.

May, 2010 – July, 2010: project participation at AVL North America, Detroit, USA

Team leading, supporting and organisation duties in the CFD Analysis team of AVL HTC since 2010.

Education, Professional Qualification

MSc in Mechanical Engineering – Budapest University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering 2006.
Specialized in Energy Engineering and Fluid Dynamics
Thesis: Examination of Combustion Processes with Schlieren Imaging

Awards

  1. 2004 – 3rd place on the Scientific Student’s Associations Conference of BME in the Energetics Section (Korszerű méréstechnika, AUDI fékpadi mérőkonténer ismertetése)

  2. 2005 – 1st place on the Scientific Student’s Associations Conference of BME in the Energetics Section („Schlieren” méréstechnika modernizálása, felhasználásának lehetősége láng-szimuláció validálására)

  3. 2007 – 2nd place on the National Conference of Scientific Students' Association in the technology section („Schlieren” méréstechnika modernizálása, felhasználásának lehetősége láng-szimuláció validálására)

Publications

  1. Dr. Bereczky Ákos, Dr. Gróf Gyula, Petró Balázs, Somogyi Bence: Lángvizsgálatok „Schlieren” módszerrel; TÜKI Conference 2005.; October 2005, Dunaújváros, Hungary

  2. Balázs Petró, Bence Somogyi, Gyula Gróf and Ákos Bereczky: Optical analyses of biogas flames by „Schlieren” device (participation in the poster session, article in the proceedings); 7th European Conference On Industrial Furnaces And Boilers; 18-21st of April, 2006, Porto, Portugal

  3. Ákos Bereczky, Gyula Gróf, Balázs Petró, Bence Somogyi: Optical flame-investigations by means of „Schlieren” device (article in the proceedings), MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 2006; 25-26th of May, 2006, Budapest, Hungary

  4. Ákos Bereczky, Gyula Gróf, Balázs Petró, Bence Somogyi: Investigation of renewable gases (oral presentation and article in the proceedings); Conference On Modelling Fluid Flow 2006; 6-9th of September 2006, Budapest, Hungary

  5. Ákos Bereczky, Balázs Petró, Bence Somogyi: Investigation of renewable gases (poster presentation); Hungarian Combustion Meeting 2006; 6th of October 2006; Szeged, Hungary

  6. Somogyi Bence, Gróf Gyula, Petró Balázs: CFD eredmények validálása „Schlieren” módszerrel; TÜKI Conference 2006; 22-23rd of November 2006, Dunaújváros, Hungary

  7. Bence Somogyi, Balázs Petró, Gyula Gróf, Ákos Bereczky: Comparative Investigation of Renewable Gases with „Schlieren” system, Third European Combustion Meeting 2007, 11-13th of April 2007, Crete, Greece

Computer skills

CFD software:

  • FIRE – the CFD code developed by AVL
  • OpenFOAM
  • Fluent

Scientific software:

  • Matlab
  • Octave

Other:

  • MS-Office (Power Point, Excel)

Operation Systems:

  • Windows
  • Linux

Language skills

  • Hungarian mother tongue
  • English: fluent spoken, fluent written, fluent reading

Driving Licence

Category “B”

Hobbies

playing basketball
playing the drums
hiking
old cars
photography
design

Budapest, 11st of April


05 cfd

I am using OpenFOAM for CFD calculations beyond my work. OpenFOAM is a free, open source CFD software package. You can find more information here: http://www.opencfd.co.uk/openfoam/.

In this section I share my experiences with OpenFOAM and about installation of other CFD related software.

HowTo's

Installations

Install Parallelized Native OpenFOAM® Reader for ParaView on Ubuntu 9.10

Tutorials

Meshing

Calculix tutorial: How To extrude 2D mesh into 3D in Calculix – pipe mesh example - pdf

OpenFOAM example: O grid

OpenFOAM - create blockMeshDict templates with customizable dimensions: O-grid

Calculating

OpenFOAM tutorial: Calculating the Cornell FLUENT tutorials with OpenFOAM 1/7 - Laminar pipe flow

OpenFOAM tutorial: Calculating the Cornell FLUENT tutorials with OpenFOAM 2/7 - Turbulent pipe flow - High-Re

OpenFOAM tutorial: Calculating the Cornell FLUENT tutorials with OpenFOAM 2.2/7 - Turbulent pipe flow - Low-Re


Last updated: 18th of May, 2012