Turbomachinery CFD Training Package, Expert Users, 10 Learning Products
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Turbomachinery CFD Simulation Package, 10 ANSYS Fluent Training for EXPERT Users
This CFD training package is prepared for EXPERT users of ANSYS Fluent software in the Turbomachinery area including 10 practical exercises. You will learn and obtain comprehensive training on how to simulate projects. The achieved knowledge will enable you to choose the most appropriate modeling approaches and methods for applications and CFD simulations.
In Project 1, the effect of steady rotation of a centrifugal turbine on a water and air two-phase mixture is investigated. The MIXTURE multiphase model is used to solve water and air phases interactions. The secondary phase (air) volume fraction has very low values in the 0.0001 order which proves the validity of the mixture multiphase model in this project since for applying the Mixture Multi-Phase model the secondary phase volume fraction should be less than 15%.
In Project 2, Side Entry Mixing Tank in Different RPMs has been simulated. The mixing process is essential in many industries; for example, in the oil and gas industry, water deposition causes much damage to storage tanks, which causes corrosion, leakage, and perforation of the source.
In Project 3, noise generation due to a CEILING FAN in a room is investigated. There is a 3d square shape room in which exists a fan in it. Also, there are two square windows considered as inlets and outlets in which wind is blowing inside by the incoming velocity of 3 m/s.
Problem 4 simulates the airflow inside a turbojet and examines the acoustic wave and the sound produced inside this TURBOJET. The model includes a turbojet that has a fan in its inlet. This fan is rotating at 2000 rpm and around the X-axis in the current model.
Problem 5 simulates the Cavitation phenomenon inside a Radial Flow Pump. This pump is of the centrifugal pump (radial flow) type; In this way, the desired fluid enters it parallel to the central axis and exits it radially or perpendicular to the inlet path.
In Project 6, the fluid flow of water and the Cavitation phenomenon around an INDUCER inside a pipe is simulated. The cavitation phenomenon is one of the phenomena that vapor bubbles are formed in the part of the fluid whose pressure is low. The phenomenon of cavitation can cause many problems, including corrosion.
In project 7, which has been done by the CFD numerical simulation method, cavitation has been simulated in a cross-flow turbine. Unlike most turbines where the flow is axial or radial, the fluid flows crosswise. This type of turbine has a low speed and is used for places where low head and high flow are required.
Paper Numerical Validation
Problem 8 simulates the airflow passing over an H-type Darrieus wind turbine. The simulation is based on a reference paper, “Wind tunnel and numerical study of a small vertical axis wind turbine.” Its results are compared and validated with the results in the article. In this project, the airflow enters the computational domain with a velocity of 5.07m/s, and the RNG k-epsilon model is exploited to solve the turbulent flow equations, as the paper stated.
Problem 9 simulates the two-dimensional compressible flow field through a transonic linear turbine cascade. The present project’s results are compared with the experimental results of the paper “Midspan Flow-Field Measurements for Two Transonic Linear Turbine Cascades at Off-Design Conditions”. Turbulence modeling and Computational procedures (boundary conditions, etc.) are simulated based on the article “Numerical study of the flow field through a transonic linear turbine cascade at design and off-design conditions”.
Finally, project 10 simulates the rotational water flow around the blades of the horizontal axis water turbine and the result is compared and validated with the results of the article “Performance of horizontal axis tidal current turbine by blade configuration“. There are two areas around the blades for water flow; Thus, an area is considered as a cylindrical shape just around the blades and a rectangular cube area with a larger scale around this cylinder.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]