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Keywords: FLUENT
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Proc. ASME. FEDSM2021, Volume 1: Aerospace Engineering Division Joint Track; Computational Fluid Dynamics, V001T02A010, August 10–12, 2021
Paper No: FEDSM2021-65814
... the increase of the heat transfer coefficient. 0 Pipe inner diameter Turbulence kinetic energy The present work investigates the positive effects of a avg Specific dissipation rate sequence of several rows of VGs. The commercial code ANSYS FLUENT was used to perform numerical simulations mimicking D...
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Proc. ASME. FEDSM2020, Volume 3: Computational Fluid Dynamics; Micro and Nano Fluid Dynamics, V003T05A032, July 13–15, 2020
Paper No: FEDSM2020-20433
... ANSYS Fluent under the two-phase flow VOF model and k-ε realizable turbulence model. Further CFD simulations were performed to evaluate the behavior of the gun barrel tank under different operating conditions (Different inlet flow rate) and to determine the maximum operation flow which allows obtaining...
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Proc. ASME. AJKFluids2019, Volume 5: Multiphase Flow, V005T05A082, July 28–August 1, 2019
Paper No: AJKFluids2019-4913
... mechanism of swirling flow in a swirl tool is analyzed using a physical method. The flow pattern transfer procedure and distribution of gas and liquid in the cross section of the pipeline in the swirl tool is simulated with FLUENT (a commercial CFD code). Following the swirling flow formation analysis...
Topics: Pipes
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Proc. ASME. AJKFluids2019, Volume 1: Fluid Mechanics, V001T01A036, July 28–August 1, 2019
Paper No: AJKFluids2019-4708
... Abstract In this paper, two 3D CFD models of a load sensing proportional valve are contrasted. The models were developed with two different software, Simerics PumpLinx ® and ANSYS Fluent ® . In both cases the mesh was dynamically modified based on the fluid forces acting on the local...
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Proc. ASME. FEDSM2012, Volume 1: Symposia, Parts A and B, 1287-1295, July 8–12, 2012
Paper No: FEDSM2012-72294
... 1 Effect of Cell Size on Particle-Eddy Interaction and Erosion Predictions Using Commercial CFD Software (FLUENT) F. N. Fard Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA fardis-najafifard@utulsa.edu B. McLaury Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Tulsa...
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Proc. ASME. FEDSM2006, Volume 2: Fora, 19-26, July 17–20, 2006
Paper No: FEDSM2006-98533
... 08 09 2008 Results from simulations using FLUENT (a commercial CFD package) are compared with Time Resolved Digital Particle Image Velocimetry (DPIV) for baseline configurations in order to validate and verify the fidelity of the computations. Different turbulent models are used...