Vaned Volute Modeling Using FT-TRS In ANSYS CFX
Here, we aim to model fluid flow in a Vaned Volute using FT-TRS In ANSYS CFXWe want to investigate how to set up a transient blade row analysis and post-processing. The geometry consists of three different domains: the impeller domain, the vane diffuser domain, and volute domain. The impeller would be influenced by two downstream disturbances: one due to the diffuser vanes and one due to the asymmetry in the volute. To investigate the disturbances two Fourier Transformations must be specified for this analysis. We define interfaces between blade row passages and between two blade passages. These interfaces will be used by Fourier Transformation method to collect information about the flow. The data will then be transferred back to the rotational periodic boundaries with the proper time lag. Using CFD-post we can generate the animation of pressure contour to see the asymmetry variations in the fluid flow.
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