Setting Up: Solver

Setting up: solver

In this blog, we describe Solver Task Page in ANSYS Fluent software. We explain the Type (Pressure and Density Based, and related algorithms), Velocity Formulation (Absolute, Relative), and Time (Steady and Transient). To  enter this section, follow the path below:…

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Computational Fluid Dynamics

In this video, we first explain the Navier-Stokes equations and definition of CFD then the steps of solving a problem by computational fluid dynamics by ANSYS Fluent software (Pre-Processing, processing, and post-processing). Navier-Stokes equations The final form of these equations…

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Y-Plus Application in CFD Simulation

Y-Plus Application Introduction The dimensionless variable Y-plus represents the distance from the wall to the first grid cell's center. Also, Y-plus is a distance with no dimensions. In other words, Y-plus renders the vertical space between the element's center and…

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Y+ and Grid Types

What is Meshing in ANSYS? Meshing means converting the computational domain to smaller subdomains to solve momentum, turbulence, and energy equations and finally obtain results for all levels of the simulated model. Introduction It is critical to creating a high-quality…

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Optimization CFD Simulation by DOE

Optimization process in ANSYS- in simple words This article will discuss the optimization process and explain the related terminologies such as DOE, RSM, CCD, etc. Using an example, we will further introduce the mentioned methods and options. The first step…

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DOE :Response Surface Results

Response Surface Results After completing the process of forming the required response levels based on the appropriate model, the results related to the response levels are presented in different formats: Response points Min-max search Charts; Including: Two-dimensional standard, two-dimensional pieces,…

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DOE :Graph Display of Design Points

Graph Display of Design Points These graphs (a graph of design points) represent the representation form of the values defined for each input parameter, including the parallel representation of parameters (parameters parallel) and the display of design points with each…

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DOE :The Concept of Leverage

The Concept of Leverage The leverage value indicates the opportunity in which the sample points exert abnormal effects on the output of the solution process. For example, suppose the defined sample point was too large for one input parameter compared…

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DOE :The Concept of Orthogonality

The Concept of Orthogonality Orthogonality is the degree to which the main effects (i.e., the direct and independent development of an input parameter on the output parameter) and the interaction (i.e., the simultaneous effects of two or more input parameters…

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DOE :Introduction Design of Experiment

Design of Experiment The experiment design is a set of actions performed using process modeling and related variables, leading to increased production efficiency. Different parameters that affect a particular process's outcome are analyzed to obtain the best possible values ​​to…

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Bosch Common Rail Injector Simulation

Bosch Common Rail Injector Introduction and Purpose of the Case Study The Bosch fuel injection system delivers the metered quantity at high pressure to mix with compressed air inside the combustion chamber for efficient combustion. The Bosch Common Rail Fuel…

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