Nanofluid CFD Training Package, Advanced Users, 7 Practical Exercises
- Nanofluid optimum concentration for Heat Transfer enhancement, Paper Validation
- Forced Convection of a Non-Newtonian Nanofluid in Tube, Paper Numerical Validation
- Electric Field Effect on Nanofluid Considering Charge Density
- Nanofluid Heat transfer in Double Pipe Heat Exchanger, Paper Validation
- Parabolic Solar Collector with Nano Fluid, Paper Numerical Validation
- Thermal Management of Battery Using Nano Fluid
- Electric Field Effect on Nanofluid Heat Transfer (EHD)
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Nanofluid CFD Training Package, 7 ANSYS Fluent Products for Advanced Users
The Nanofluid CFD Training Package is prepared for Advanced users of ANSYS Fluent software, including seven practical exercises. You will learn and obtain comprehensive training on how to simulate projects. The knowledge you have will help you choose the most appropriate modeling approaches and methods for applications and CFD simulations.
The present study aimed to identify the optimal concentration of nanoparticles when using TiO2 nanoparticles with water to discover the possible mechanism of increased heat transfer. This work is based on the paper “Optimal Concentration of Nanofluids to Increase Heat Transfer under Natural Convection Cavity Flow with TiO2 – Water,” The quasi-simulation results are compared with the results of the paper.
The present problem simulates the forced heat transfer of a non-Newtonian nanofluid in a horizontal tube using ANSYS Fluent software. This simulation is based on the information from a reference article, “Modeling of forced convective heat transfer of a non-Newtonian nanofluid in the horizontal tube under constant heat flux with computational fluid dynamics,” and its results are compared and validated.
In this case, an N-shaped curved pipe is used to model a cross-section of Cooling System pipes using ANSYS Fluent software. A thin wire is placed in the middle of this pipe to apply an electromagnetic charge. Cool water enters the pipe at the inlet. There are hot walls in the parts of the pipe body with a temperature of 390 Kelvin.
The problem simulates the heat transfer inside a double pipe heat exchanger with a Louver strip, using ANSYS Fluent software. The simulation process is based on the data in the reference article [Heat transfer enhancement of nanofluids in a double pipe heat exchanger with louvered strip inserts].
The present problem simulates heat transfer within a tube of a parabolic solar collector containing water flow. This numerical simulation has been done based on the reference paper “Thermal performance analysis of solar parabolic trough collector using nanofluid as working fluid: A CFD modeling study,” and the results have been compared and validated with the results in the article by ANSYS Fluent software.
The present problem simulates the Thermal Management of Battery Using Nano Fluid (Two-Phase) by Ansys Fluent software. This simulation is related to a Dual-Potential MSMD (multiscale multidomain) battery model.
in this project, nanofluid flows in a bumpy channel in the presence of an applied electrical potential applying ANSYS Fluent software. Fluid flow is steady and is simulated as one single-phase flow. However, the thermophysical properties of nanofluid are modified.