Chemical Engineering ANSYS Fluent Training Package, for ADVANCED
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Chemical Engineering ANSYS Fluent Training Package, 10 Practical Exercises for ADVANCED Users
This training package includes 10 practical exercises, using ANSYS Fluent software. MR CFD suggests this training package for all Chemical Engineers, who will learn CFD simulation in this field at the ADVANCED level.
In practical exercise number 1, according to the geometry, the design and grid generation has been done. The combination of DPM (discrete particle method) and species transport methods was used to investigate the Decomposition of MgO with Argon Gas for Magnesium Particle Production. The thermodynamic properties of the particles, along with the necessary boundary conditions, were applied in the settings.
In project number 2, we simulated the water flows in porous media. The goal of this simulation is to model a simple capillary action (Wicking) through vertical Plant vessels (porous). The porous media model can be used for a wide variety of single-phase and multiphase problems, including flow through packed beds, filter papers, perforated plates, flow distributors, and tube banks.
In project number 4, the effect of steady rotation of centrifugal mixer turbine on water and air (two-phase) mixture is investigated. The multiphase mixture model is used to mix water and air phases interactions. The secondary phase (air) volume fraction has very low values in the 0.0001 order which proves the validity of the mixture multiphase model in this project since for applying the Mixture Multi-Phase model the secondary phase volume fraction should be less than 15%.
Problem number 5 simulates the boiling process inside a nanotube. A nanotube is a tube that is made at the nano-scale by nano-particles. This type of tube’s diameter can be about a few nanometers; While their length can reach several millimeters.
Practical exercise number 6 simulates multiphase flow in a porous medium and filter cake formation. Water flow with a relative pressure of 100,000 pascals and a temperature of 288.15 K enters from the top of a vertical column. It enters a porous media at the end of the column.
Problem number 7 simulates the gasification process inside a gasifier chamber. The gasification process is a set of chemical reactions in which a carbon-based substance is converted to carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide. The product of this process is considered a renewable energy source that has many applications in the chemical industry.
The combustion chamber is one of the most widely used devices in the chemical industry. Therefore, experts are working to improve the performance of the combustion chamber. In practical exercise number 3, a combustion chamber is simulated. Practical exercise number 8 simulates the combustion process of methane gas in a vertical lime kiln. The construction of a vertical lime kiln consists of two main parts, including the combustion zone and the preheating zone. The fuel and air enter from the middle of the lime kiln and form a combustion reaction. In project number 9, we have simulated the gas turbine combustion chamber using a Discrete Phase Model (DPM) and Species Transport Model. In this case, the effect of spraying Benzene particles is done using the Eddy- dissipation combustion model. This combustion chamber is commonly used for jet engine users.
Finally, in project number 10, a Combusting Particles Combustion in a combustion chamber is simulated. We used two-way DPM for particles and anthracite as an injection material has been used in this simulation. Anthracite is the best type of coal with the highest calorific value.
You can obtain Geometry & Mesh file and a comprehensive Training Movie that presents how to solve the problem and extract all desired results.