Misting System for Outdoor Ventilation of a Coffeeshop, CFD Simulation Training
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The present problem simulates the Misting System for Ventilation of a café.
The geometry of the present model is three-dimensional and has been designed using Design Modeler software.
The meshing of the model has been done using ANSYS Meshing software. The mesh type is Polyhedra, and the element number is 235,8491 .
The present simulation aims to investigate the movement of Misting System particles, their pathlines, contours, and vectors.
Using the both Species transport and Discrete Phase Model (DPM) models.
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Misting System for Outdoor Ventilation of a Coffee shop
In this project, Misting System for Outdoor Ventilation of a Coffee shop is simulated. The café has two tables under a canopy, blowing the wind at 1m/s and 305K.
In addition, the fogging system should be controlled by a control system in order not to inject continuously while the simulation is Transient. We aim to investigate the effect of the 0.5s injection process using the Air/Blast Atomizer model.
The 3D geometry is modeled in ANSYS Design Modeler software. Also, the mesh grid is carried out using ANSYS Meshing software.
Furthermore, an unstructured grid is generated in the first place and then converted to polyhedrons, and in total, 2358491 elements established the fluid domain.
Methodology: Misting System for Outdoor Ventilation of a Coffee shop
The Energy Equation is On in order to capture the temperature in the domain.
We chose the Viscous model as the Realizable K-epsilon model. Species Transport and Discrete Phase Model are used to simulate the Misting system.
The injection starts at 0s and lasts for 0.5 seconds. This leads to the evaporation of droplets and, as a result, the average temperature decreases.
The injectors are designed to inject in the direction of the tables so the customers can benefit from it and sense lower temperatures than the ambient.
Plus, the average temperature on the middle plane at each table is plotted, which shows how the fogging system could affect it.