CAD Repair for CFD Analysis of Turbomachinery

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04 April 12200 times

Recently there has been great interest by design engineers/ CFD analysts/ researchers worldwide to develop greater insights in the design and performance analysis of Turbiomachinery as they form an important component in major industrial applications. The blog aims to provide an overview of Turbomachinery and the essential CAD cleanup steps while meshing turbomachines for CFD analysis with the help of a software video demonstration on a commercial tool.

CAD Repair for CFD Analysis of Turbomachinery - 5.0 out of 5 based on 7 votes

ANSYS Fluent Customization and Automation

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08 January 9994 times

Imagine you are working as a CFD Analyst/ Design Engineer in a leading automotive industry performing year round optimization studies on various aerodynamic aspects of car design. Definitely your job profile would be exciting and challenging but at the same time most of your tasks involve repetitive CFD procedures like same simulation strategy for various design changes. For such an CFD engineer automation and customization would be a great savior.

ANSYS Fluent Customization and Automation - 4.9 out of 5 based on 40 votes

Electrostatic Precipitators (ESP) Analysis Using CFD

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26 November 12541 times

The particulate emissions from process industries has received great attention due to the upcoming strict environmental protection agency (EPA) regulations and conservation in recent years. The Electrostatic precipitators (ESP) since its development in 1907 by Frederick G. Cottrell (Professor of chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley) have been the most common, effective and reliable technologies for removal of hazardous emissions like flue gases, acid droplets and fine particles.

Electrostatic Precipitators (ESP) Analysis Using CFD - 4.6 out of 5 based on 11 votes

The Falling Droplet

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12 November 8281 times

We all have seen the rain drops falling on roof tops or road or car roofs, or water droplets falling from tap. When we usually see these phenomenons occur around us they happen within no time. We don’t even notice them. But if we look closely there are very complex physics involved in them. What if we could really slow down time and observe closely these phenomenon occurring? Like this video from Discovery Channel which shows a slow motion capture of a droplet falling into a liquid surface.

The Falling Droplet - 4.4 out of 5 based on 9 votes

Recent Trends in Modeling of Combustion

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21 October 5537 times

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) when saw its development on the peak, was meant to merely validate simulations with the experimental results. But the recent trends have shown that confidence in CFD has grown and its use is on the rise to simulate physics problems which have very limited experimental data for its validation. Combustion is one such field where application of CFD and this recent trend has proved to be a boon.

Recent Trends in Modeling of Combustion - 4.7 out of 5 based on 6 votes

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