Mechanical Engineering Training Package, Beginners, Part 3, 10 Exercises
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Mechanical Engineering – ANSYS Fluent Training Package, 10 Practical Exercises for BEGINNER Users (Part 3)
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 BEGINNER users.
Practical exercise number 1 simulates a centrifugal blower. The blower is a particular mechanical device for blowing high-pressure air, which generally has applications such as dust cleaning and …. For example, a blower is used to clean computer parts and equipment. Problem number 2 simulates a centrifugal compressor with a diffuser. One of the most widely used compressors in the mechanical industry is the centrifugal-type compressor. This compressor uses positive pressure while using centrifugal force to compress the gas. Practical exercise number 3 simulates the airflow inside a four-row multistage compressor. The compressor designed in this simulation is of axial type and consists of four rows, including two rows of stator and two rows of the rotor. In general, axial flow compressors are compressors whose airflow is parallel to the axis of rotation.
In Problem number 4, a two-phase CFD simulation of airflow inside a Venturi using the VOF model, and accurate modeling of air bubbles as a separate phase in water is carried out. The circulated mixed air stream enters the Venturi with a volume fraction ratio of 0.7. After passing this stream through the bottleneck, the flow rate increases, and its pressure decreases.
In research number 5, using the Species Transport model, comparing pollution distribution from car exhaust in static and low speed (traffic) modes in the urban environment were investigated. For this purpose, the exhaust gas velocity was equal to 1 m / s, and the temperature was 400 K for the static state. In the second case, with the same speed and temperature of the exhaust gas, an external flow with a 3 m / s enters due to the car’s movement in traffic mode.
Problem number 6 simulates the pumping of highly viscous fluid (i.e., Glycerin) in a Twin Screw Pump. In this project, the glycerin fluid is sucked inside the computational domain due to the rotation of screws. The twin-screw pump increases the pressure of the Glycerin and pushes it toward the outlet.
In project number 7, a numerical simulation of a siphon (flash tank) has been done. The VOF model has been used to simulate and solve the two-phase flow field equations. The flash tank discharges and the siphoning effect causes the water to drain.
In practical exercise number 8, jet impact on resident water has been simulated and the results of this simulation have been investigated. The system consists of two different fluids, including water as the primary fluid and one secondary fluid is Air. The Eulerian multiphase model has been used. In project number 9, colliding of two water jets has been simulated and the results have been investigated. The water is entering the domain with the speed of 15m/s with gravity considered as -9.81 m/s-2 on the y-axis. The solver is pressure-based.
Finally, practical exercise number 10 simulates a firehose. The system consists of two different fluids, including air as the primary fluid and one secondary fluid is water. The Eulerian multiphase model has been used.
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