Introduction (mixing plane)
One of the most common practical engineering applications of fluid mechanics is the design of turbomachines. Turbomachines are the hearts of industries. In the simulation of turbomachines, Mixing Plane method in ANSYS Fluent is one of the applicable approaches. To train modeling of mixing plane in this section, an axial fan with the rotor and stator is simulated in one step. In a single-stage axial flow turbomachinery, these configuration is typical. In order to view of the interaction of rotor and stator simultaneously, you should consider them in a single computation.
Mixing plane modeling in ANSYS Fluent
Consider a mesh and investigate it in terms of size and quality. Then, set the boundary conditions and specify solver settings. Then, you should modify the materials. You should also use standard K-epsilon model for the turbulence modeling and wall function model. To model the interaction between the rotor and stator define a mixing plane. Use Pressure Based solver for performing the calculations. Circumferential averages of total pressure should be displaced on a surface.
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