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Xin Yan

Show the regular access to external flow Set up a turbulent problem Expressions Additional choices for deal with the result

A finite cylinder in a wind tunnel

H D1 D2 L L=1.5m W=1m H=1m D=0.1m h=0.3m D1=0.5m D2=0.5m Air at 25 Density: 1.185 [kg m^-3] Dynamic Viscosity:1.831e-5 [kg m^-1 s^-1] Inlet velocity:
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D h W

Pre-processor

Geometry: DesignModeler Mesh: CFX-Meshing CFX-Pre

Solver

CFX-Solver

Post-processor

CFX-Post

ANSYS workbench:DesignModeler (.agdb)

Modeling 1) Wind tunnel:


Create>Primitives>Box

2)

Cylinder: Cut material


Create>Primitives>Cylinder

ANSYS workbench:DesignModeler (.agdb)

Modeling 1) Wind tunnel:


Create>Primitives>Box

2)

Cylinder: Cut material


Create>Primitives>Cylinder

ANSYS workbench: CFX-Mesh 1) Specify regions 2) Set spacing for regions 3) Inflation mesh 4) Generate the surface & volume mesh

ANSYS workbench: CFX-Mesh 1) Specify regions 2) Set spacing for regions 3) Inflation mesh 4) Generate the surface & volume mesh

Cylinder Plate

Spacing
Inflation

Max:0.005m Min:0.001m
0.005

Max:0.01 Min:0.0037
0.0075
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ANSYS workbench: CFX-Pre 1) Create a domain 2) Set up boundary conditions 3) Set solver control

ANSYS workbench: CFX-Pre 1) Create a domain 2) Set up boundary conditions

Outlet: outlet>average static pressure 0 Pa Walls: wall>free slip Cylinder & plate: wall>no slip Inlet: inlet>normal speed>velocity profile >Intensity=1%

Help: Expression language

3)

Set solver control

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ANSYS workbench: CFX-Pre 1) Create a domain 2) Set up boundary conditions 3) Set solver control

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ANSYS Workbench: CFX-Solver

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Why? Increase accuracy Where? Near wall area where you are interested in. How? Insert inflated boundary.

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Inlet
[1]

Assume 1/7th power law:

[1]http://www.see.ed.ac.uk/~johnc/teaching/fluidmechanics4/2003-04/fluids9/2-dboundary.html

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Outlet & Opening


Outlet: the flow is predominantly directed out of the domain. Opening: allows the fluid to cross the boundary surface in either direction.

Wall
No-slip: velocity of the fluid at the wall boundary is set to zero. Free-slip: the velocity component parallel to the wall has a finite value (which is computed), but the velocity normal to the wall is zero.

Symmetry

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ANSYS Workbench: CFX-Solver

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ANSYS Workbench: CFX-post 1) Contour and vector of velocity in the plane of z=0.5m.

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ANSYS Workbench: CFX-post 2) Streamline of velocity in the plane of y=1.5m.

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ANSYS Workbench: CFX-post 3) Streamline of 2-D velocity (v&w) in the plane of x=0.58m.

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ANSYS Workbench: CFX-post 4) Contour of turbulence kinetic energy (k) and vorticity (x) in the plane of x=0.58m.

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ANSYS Workbench: CFX-post 5) Quick animation Streamlines Planes

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Finish the simulation Capture the picture of streamline with two vortexes in the plane parallel to the plate. Capture another picture which you are interested in and give a brief introduction of this picture, include the plane location and the feature in the picture. Due day: 13/10/2010

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