Dynamic Mesh Training Course, ANSYS Fluent
Chapter 1: (Dynamic Mesh Model Concepts):
Introduction and Overview of Dynamic Mesh Model
Chapter 2: (Training Example 1):
Cylinder Piston Motion, In-Cylinder Model
Chapter 3: (Training Example 2):
Check Valve Motion, One-DOF Rotation
Chapter 4: (Training Example 3):
Self-Propelled Submarine Motion, Six-DOF Solver
Chapter 5: (Training Example 4):
External Gear Pump, Rigid Body with CG-Motion UDF
Chapter 6: (Training Example 5):
Wave Wall Motion, User-Defined Motion with Grid-Motion UDF
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Dynamic Mesh Training Course
The Dynamic Mesh model will teach you how to simulate problems that contain motion and deformation of the computational zone and boundaries. You`ll get acquainted with all the required steps to use the Dynamic Mesh model in ANSYS Fluent.
First, we have an overview of the Dynamic Mesh fundamentals and the required concepts for the problems. Next, all the related options related to the Dynamic Mesh module in ANSYS Fluent software are explained in detail in separate chapters. Finally, we have several practical training examples in Dynamic Mesh Training Course.
Training Course Syllabus
This course is divided into 6 main chapters. You strongly recommend not skipping any sections even if you feel you know the content because there are many practical points within the explanations.
Chapter 1: Dynamic Mesh Concepts
This chapter will give a general introduction to the Dynamic Mesh model and an overview of its capabilities. This section contains the following subsections:
- Introduction and Overview of the Dynamic Mesh Model
- Introduction to mesh update methods (Smoothing, Layering, Remeshing)
- Introduction to optional dynamic mesh models (In-Cylinder, Six-DOF, Implicit Update, Contact Detection)
- Introduction to dynamic mesh zone setting (Stationary, Rigid Body, Deforming, User-Defined, Coupling System)
Chapter 2: In-Cylinder
In this chapter, we present a practical example of the In-Cylinder model. In this project, we simulate the Cylinder Piston Motion using ANSYS Fluent software. During this example, we will explain the In-Cylinder model in detail. We present the vertical reciprocating movement of the piston inside the cylinder. We introduce the related parameters and discuss the In-Cylinder model’s settings in the software environment. We also introduce the full-piston function to define piston motion and profiles to define valves as rigid bodies.
Chapter 3: Six-DOF Solver (One-DOF Rotation)
This chapter presents a practical example of the Six DOF (degree of freedom) model. In this project, we simulate the opening and closing of the check valve using ANSYS Fluent software. During this example, we will explain the six-DOF solver of the dynamic mesh model in detail. We also talk about the settings of the six-DOF model in the software environment. It should be noted that we limit the rotational motion to one degree of freedom.
Chapter 4: Six-DOF Solver (with UDF)
This chapter presents another practical example of the Six DOF (degree of freedom) model. In this project, we simulate the self-propelled submarine motion using ANSYS Fluent software. This example is similar to the previous example; With the difference that here, the movement of six degrees of freedom is defined using a UDF function.
Chapter 5: Rigid Body (CG-Motion UDF)
This chapter presents a practical example of the Rigid body motion. In this project, we simulate the using ANSYS Fluent software. During this example, we use the CG-Motion UDF to define the rotational motion of gears in the pump. We also talk about the settings of the dynamic mesh model in the software environment.
Chapter 6: User-Defined Motion (Grid-Motion)
This chapter presents a practical example of motion as no rigid body. In this project, we simulate the wave wall using ANSYS Fluent software. During this example, a wall has a wave motion over time. So, we use the Grid-Motion UDF to define the wave motion of the wall.