# Aerodynamic & Aerospace Advanced Training Package, ADVANCED

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This training package includes **10** practical **aerodynamic and aerospace** engineering exercises using **ANSYS Fluent** software. MR CFD suggests this package for all aerodynamic and aerospace engineers who will learn CFD simulation in this field at the **ADVANCED **level.

## Description

## Aerodynamic & Aerospace ANSYS Fluent CFD Simulation Training Package for ADVANCED Users (10 Projects)

This training package includes **10** practical **aerodynamic and aerospace** engineering exercises using **ANSYS Fluent** software. MR CFD suggests this package for all aerodynamic and aerospace engineers who will learn CFD simulation in this field at the **ADVANCED **level.

### Icing

Practical exercise number **1** simulates the airflow around the airfoil and creates a **water film (Icing) on the surface of the airfoil** body. In fact, when moisturized air and water droplets hit the surface of the airfoil, a water film may form on the airfoil surface. The purpose of this work is to investigate the thickness of the produced and flowing fluid layer on the airfoil body.

### MRF (Frame Motion)

In project number **2,** the airflow passing over an **impeller of an electrical motor** is investigated. The airflow enters the computational domain with 80m/s, and the impeller rotates at 1000rpm. A Realizable k-epsilon model is exploited to solve turbulent flow equations. It should be noted that the **MRF** (frame motion) option has been activated to model the rotation of the impeller.

### LES

problem number **3** simulates **compressible flow around an aerial structure** by applying **Large Eddy Simulation (LES)**. A density-based approach has been used to define the type of airflow solution around this aerial structure; Because the existing airflow is entirely compressible. This acoustic project (practical exercise number **5**), simulates **sound pressure waves around cylinders in 4 different positions** (4 cases). Definitive density is equivalent to air density, i.e., 1.225 kg / m3, the velocity of air is 69.2 m/s, and the **LES Smagorinsky** model is used to simulate turbulence of flow. Also**, Ffowcs-Williams & Hawking’s** **equations** are used to model acoustic**. **

### Aerospace Flow Control

In study number **4**, we employed a wing plane airfoil and evaluated the **stall angle**. Also, the air is assumed to be incompressible and isothermal. The geometry is a 3-meter airfoil inside a 60-meter wind tunnel. Also, the maximum speed of 10 m/s is selected for the inlet.

### Inviscid

In project number **6**, **supersonic flow** over an **F-16** aircraft considering **inviscid** **fluid** was simulated, and then the results were investigated. Supersonic speed is the speed of an object that exceeds the speed of sound. It is estimated to be around 343 m/s in the dry air at a temperature of 20 C.

### MHD

Issue number **7** concerns the simulation of airflow around a **NACA 0015** airfoil. This airfoil is a symmetrical airfoil that does not produce a lift force at zero attack angle, and we investigate the lift coefficient of this airfoil at different attack angles with and without** magnetic force (MHD)**. In this problem, we study the separation and the maximum angle of attack where the separation does not occur.

### Aerodynamic Paper Validation

In project number **8**, we simulated the **compressible flow around the NACA0012 airfoil**, and then we compared the results with the results extracted from an article called this **“Numerical Simulation OF VISCOUS TRANSONIC AIRFOIL FLOWS.”** The solver is density-based due to compressibility. By comparing the simulation results with the results in the article, it can be concluded that the simulation has been validated with the article so accurately.

### FSI

Problem number** 9** simulates the **airflow around an airfoil using the Fluid Solid Interaction** (**FSI**) method. In this simulation, a circular computational domain of airflow is designed; So that an airfoil is located in this area. Due to the fact that this airfoil is moving in the air at a considerable speed, the airflow collides with its body and exerts a force on it.

### Acoustic & LES

Finally, practical exercise number **10** simulates the **airflow inside a turbojet (intake fan) and examines the acoustic wave and the sound produced inside this turbojet**. The model includes a turbojet that has a fan in its inlet. This fan is rotating at 2000 rpm and around the X-axis in the current model.

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