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# Coronavirus CFD Simulation Training Package

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This CFD training package is prepared forÂ BEGINNER,Â INTERMEDIATE, andÂ ADVANCEDÂ users ofÂ ANSYS FluentÂ software who are interested in theÂ CoronavirusÂ subject, includingÂ 10Â practical exercises. You will learn and obtain comprehensive training on how to simulate projects. The achieved knowledge will enable you to choose the most appropriate modeling approaches and methods for applications and CFD simulations.

#### COVID-19 Transient Breathing in the Operating Room

• The problem numerically simulates COVID-19 Patient TRANSIENT Breathing in Operating Room using ANSYS Fluent software.
• We design the 3-D model by the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We Mesh the model by ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 4354238.
• We perform this simulation as unsteady (Transient).
• We use the Species Transport Model to define oxygen, carbon dioxide, etc, for air conditioning applications.
• We use the Discrete Phase Model (DPM) to define particle injection from the patient's mouth.
• We use the UDF to define breathing flow rate.

#### Coronavirus Patients Breathing in an Airplane Simulation

• The problem numerically simulates Corona Virus Patients Breathing in an Airplane using ANSYS Fluent software.
• We design the 3-D model with the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We Mesh the model with ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 1316384.
• We use theÂ DPMÂ to study virus particles Discretely in a continuously fluid space.

#### Coronavirus Dispersion in an Elevator due to Sneeze

• The problem numerically simulates the Corona virus Dispersion in an Elevator Cabin due to a Sneeze using ANSYS Fluent software.
• We design the 3-D model with the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We mesh the model with ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 454433.
• We use the Species Transport model to define evaporating species.
• We use the Discrete Phase Model (DPM) to define droplet particles.

#### Corona Virus Spread due to a Cough in Open Air

• The problem numerically simulates coronavirus spread due to human cough in the open air using ANSYS Fluent software.
• We design the 3-D model with the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We Mesh the model with ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 584587.
• We perform this simulation as unsteady (Transient).
• We use the Discrete Phase Model (DPM) to define an injection of droplet various.
• We use the Species Transport model to consider evaporating species.

#### Corona Virus Patient Steady Breathing in Clean Room

• The problem numerically simulates the Corona Virus Patient's Breathing in Clean Room using ANSYS Fluent software.
• We design the 3-D model by the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We mesh the model with ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 5666870.
• We use the Discrete Phase Model (DPM) to define the release of coronavirus particles.
• We investigate two factors to evaluate Thermal Comfort: PMV (predicted mean vote) and PPD (predicted percentage of dissatisfaction).

#### Corona Virus spread in a Car due to the Cough

• The problem numerically simulates Corona Virus spread in a Car due to the Cough of the Driver using ANSYS Fluent software.
• We design the 3-D model by the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We Mesh the model by ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 290403.
• We perform this simulation as unsteady (Transient).
• We use the Species TransportÂ model to define oxygen, nitrogen and water vapor.
• We use theÂ DPMÂ to study virus particles Discretely in a continuously fluid space.
• The InjectionÂ type is Droplet which is dispersed from the mouth due to cough.

#### Covid 19 Airborne Risk Measuring in a Classroom

• The problem numerically simulates Covid 19 Airborne Risk Measuring in a Classroom using ANSYS Fluent software.
• We design the 3-D model by the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We Mesh the model by ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 2745511.
• We perform this simulation as unsteady (Transient).
• We use the Discrete Phase Model (DPM) to define virus particle injection.
• We aim to investigate the effectiveness of the ventilation system in the classroom for cleaning the air.

#### Plastic Cover Effect in Banks Regarding COVID-19, ANSYS Fluent Simulation

• The problem numerically simulates virus particles' release from a patient's mouth inside a bank using ANSYS Fluent software.
• This project is performed in two modes: with and without the plastic cover.
• We design the 3-D model by the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We Mesh the model by ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 1570219 and 1618366, respectively.
• We perform this simulation as unsteady (Transient).
• We use the discrete phase model (DPM) to define virus particles dispersed from the mouth.
• We define an Injection asÂ the DropletÂ which is evaporated.
• We use the Species Transport model to define evaporating gas species.

#### Talking Spread COVID-19 CFD Simulation, ANSYS Fluent Training

• The problem numerically simulates Talking Spread COVID-19 using ANSYS Fluent software.
• We design the 3-D model by the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We Mesh the model by ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 724076.
• We perform this simulation as unsteady (Transient).
• We use the discrete phase model (DPM) to define particle virus dispersion.
• We use a Profile to define virus particles' velocity and mass flow rate.

#### Covid-19: Consideration for Wearing Shields, ANSYS Fluent Simulation Training

• The problem numerically simulates the release of coronavirus particles from a patient's mouth while talking using ANSYS Fluent software.
• This project investigates the effect of a shield on preventing transmission of the virus particles to another person.
• We design the 3-D model with the Design ModelerÂ software.
• We Mesh the model with ANSYS Meshing software, and the element number equalsÂ 724076.
• We perform this simulation as unsteady (Transient).
• We use theÂ DPMÂ to study virus particles Discretely in a continuously fluid space.
• We use a Profile for particle velocity and mass flow rate.

## Coronavirus Dispersion CFD Simulation Training Package by ANSYS Fluent, 10 Practical exercises

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is currently recognized as the greatest and the newest human challenge in the world. In addition to being dangerous to human health, coronavirus has a high transmission power between sick people and healthy people. Breathing of a patent person without a mask into an enclosed space can transmit the disease to nearby people. Although, coughing and sneezing are dramatically more dangerous, even in the open air.

One of the important recommendations of doctors regarding the prevention of coronavirus particle transmission between people, is social distancing in different places, including public transportation, hospital, school, stadium, restaurants, and so on. The social distance can be different in various locations in terms of being indoors and outdoors.

Air conditioning systems play the main role in virus infection removal. So we need an accurate and practical air conditioning system design to overcome the virus particle dispersion in different places like airplanes, elevators, clean rooms, operation rooms, open-air, and so on.

In this CFD simulation training package, we will enlighten you on the essential tact to carry out numerical CFD simulations. We investigate both steady and transient solvers, breathing, coughing, and sneezing of patients in different places of an airplane cabins, elevator cabins, clean rooms, operation rooms, cars, classrooms, and open air. The coronavirus spread CFD simulation training package includes 10 different CFD projects by ANSYS Fluent including comprehensive training movies and simulation files.

This CFD training package is prepared forÂ BEGINNER,Â INTERMEDIATE, andÂ ADVANCEDÂ users ofÂ ANSYS FluentÂ software who are interested in theÂ CoronavirusÂ subject, includingÂ 10Â practical exercises. You will learn and obtain comprehensive training on how to simulate projects. The achieved knowledge will enable you to choose the most appropriate modeling approaches and methods for applications and CFD simulations.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is currently recognized as the greatest human challenge in the world; Because this disease, in addition to being dangerous to human health, has a high transmission power between sick people and healthy people. Breathing of a patent person without a mask into an enclosed space can transmit the disease to nearby people. One of the essential recommendations of doctors regarding the prevention of disease transmission between people is to maintain social distancing in different places, including public transportation.

Project number 1 simulates the airflow from a patient’s (COVID-19) mouth in a hospital room. In fact, in the present case, a special operating room has been designed and equipped with ventilation and air conditioning systems. On the other hand, the patient receives oxygen and exhales carbon dioxide every time he inhales and exhales.

In project number 2, an attempt has been made to simulate the respiration of viral air from the mouths of several patients carrying coronavirus in the aircraft. This model includes a computational domain in the form of an airplane and seats inside it, on each of which a passenger is modeled.

The elevator cabin is one of the most important spaces in the discussion of coronavirus disease; Because usually, some people with the shortest possible distance are placed in a small space with a not very strong ventilation system. In project number 3, based on the CFD method, an attempt has been made to simulate the coronavirus particle dispersion from the carrier patient’s cough inside an elevator cabin.

Project number 4 involves a human placed in a cube-shaped computational domain in the open air. The human mouth is distinguished as a source of virus transmission. To simulate this model, a discrete phase model must be used. This model allows us to study a set of discrete particles in a continuous fluid space. In this model, the wet particles of the virus secreted from the patient’s mouth are defined as a discrete phase and the airflow as a continuous phase in space.

Project number 5 simulates the flow of fresh air through the air conditioning system inside a patient’s room, considering the CORONA virus. We place the patient on a bed in a room with a high temperature on his body and constantly spread the CORONA-virus particles by breathing through his mouth into the room’s interior.

One of the important recommendations of doctors regarding preventing the transmission of disease between people is to maintain social distance between people in small, closed spaces. The interior of a passenger car can transmit the virus to its occupants. In project number 6, based on the CFD method, an attempt has been made to simulate the release of virus particles from the mouth of a corona carrier patient inside the interior of a car.

In project number 7, a ventilation system has been used, which has several vents for the entry of fresh air flow from the ceiling of the classroom and several panels for the exit of the old airflow at the bottom of the classroom sidewalls.

Project number 8 investigates the ability of coronavirus particles to spread inside the bank from a bank customer to a healthy bank employee. This simulation process is performed in two different modes. In the first model, no cover is located between the client and the bank employee to show the virus’s transmission power. In the second model, an attempt is made to make a thin plastic cover between them. The cover should be defined to demonstrate the process of preventing the transmission of virus particles as a barrier.

In project number 9, based on the CFD method, an attempt has been made to simulate the release of virus particles from aÂ Coronavirus patient’s mouth while Talking and transmitting it to another person in a specific space (social distancing). This study aims to investigate the ability of virus particles to propagate and transmit at a distance less than a social distance.

Project number 10 aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of using a shield or mask as a baa patient’s face patient against the spread of virus particles. For the present simulation, the discrete phase model (DPM) is used; Because this model allows us to study the particle’s mass discretely in a fluid space with a continuous phase. Due to the choice of this model, the virus particles secreted from the patient’s mouth are considered a discrete phase, and the open airflow in the computational area is considered a continuous phase.

## 5 reviews for Coronavirus CFD Simulation Training Package

1. Hakan Doshi

I am a mechanical engineer and I bought this package. I learned a lot from this package include modeling and simulating coronavirus spreading in various situations, like cough, sneeze, and talking.
I have started to simulate some projects in this area to publish papers. everyone who tends to do research and published papers in COVID 19 area in well-known journals can benefit from this package.

2. endor kholghi

fantastic

3. chiara maj

the procedure has trained in this package is entirely appropriate to validate numerical result by experimental data,
I used this procedure to simulate and write an article on airport pandemic control.

4. ramaj kumar

I want to buy this package but I am not sure about the quality of this training, do you have a demo of your tutorial?

5. Jordan Tatraini

it is such a wonderful package and update topics
thanks, Mr. CFD, thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!