Mechanical Engineering Training Package, Intermediates, Part 1, 10 Exercises
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Mechanical Engineering – ANSYS Fluent Training Package, 10 Practical Exercises for INTERMEDIATE Users (Part 1)
There are 10 practical exercises in this training package by ANSYS Fluent software for Mechanical Engineers. This package presents how to simulate different mechanical devices for all INTERMEDIATE users.
In project number 1, a numerical method has been used to simulate the water discharge of a rotating tank. The Volume of Fluid (VOF) model has been used to simulate and solve the two-phase flow field equations. The primary phase is air and, the secondary phase is water.
In practical exercise number 2, color spraying on a wall has been simulated. We used the one-way DPM to simulate the discrete phase. The injection type is a CONE and the velocity of the particles is equal to 10 with a cone angle of 30 degrees. In project number 3, the spraying color on the wall has been simulated. The DPM Boundary Condition Type is wall film so that the color particles stick to the wall. The present simulation process is performed unsteady and in a time step equal to 0.0025 s.
In project number 4, we simulated a monometer and it has been shown how there is variation in U-tube manometric fluid column. The multiphase VOF model has been used. A convergent-divergent nozzle has been used to create a pressure difference.
In practical exercise number 5, a ram pump has been simulated. In this simulation, a mesh motion model with an angular velocity of 1 radian per second has been used. The water input speed is 1m/s, and at the outlet, water is discharged at atmospheric pressure.
Problem number 6 is a gas cyclone device CFD simulation. In this device, the gas flow enters continuously from the top to the inner space between the two cylinders and then the partial cone. Also, the solid particles enter the cyclone interior from the top as the discrete phase.
Practical exercise number 7 simulates the water flow inside a Francis water turbine. In the present simulation, a flow of water with a flow rate of 1.996 kg.s-1 enters the inner chamber of the turbine. Frame motion (MRF) is used to define the rotation of the blades inside the chamber and to create the resulting rotational flow around the blades.
Problem number 8 simulates the process of water spray into a cubic space. The aim of the present study is to investigate the behavior of water flow during the spraying process from a very small circular section to the inner space of an area with a larger volume, which examines the behavior of water flow by tracing every particle. Therefore, to simulate this model, the Lagrangian perspective should be used, which is possible in the form of a Discrete Phase Model (DPM).
Practical exercise number 9 simulates the two-phase flow of air and water in a distillation column tray. In tray towers, the process of separating the material takes place. The operation of a tray distillation tower is such that hot and rising steam enters the chamber from the lower part of the chamber through several small holes and moves upwards. Simultaneously, a liquid stream enters the chamber from the upper part of the chamber through a large hole and falls to the bottom. As a result, this liquid flow and air vapor collide on one or more trays inside the chamber.
Finally, in project number 10, the two-phase flow of vapor and liquid ammonia in an ejector has been simulated as one of the important mechanical devices. The realizable k-epsilon model is used for flow analysis. The VOF multi-phase model for two phases of liquid ammonia and vapor ammonia has been used to investigate the phase interactions.
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