Engineering

CONJUGATE HEAT TRANSFER

Conjugate heat transfer is common in many engineering applications, including heat exchangers, HVAC, and electronic component design.

  • Conjugate heat transfer refers to the ability to compute conduction of heat through solids, coupled with convective heat transfer in a fluid.
  • Conduction dominates in solids whereas convections usually dominates in fluids.
  • Coupled boundary conditions are available for wall zones that separates two cell

CFD Simulations for FAN Models

The circulation and the effect of different Fan blade shapes can be analyzed using computational fluid dynamics. This approach can also be utilized for parametric optimization. A brief case study

Sheet metal

Sheet metal is formed by an industrial process into thin, flat pieces. It is one of the fundamental forms used in metalworking and it can be cut and bent into a variety of shapes

Scissor Lift 1

INTRODUCTION

The scissors lift is an elevator with a system of levers and hydraulic cylinders on which the metal platform is capable of moving in the vertical plane. This is achieved by using

CFD analysis of Gorlov TurbineDue to shortage of fossil fuels & environmental issues, there is an urgent need to establish a clean, safe and affordable new renewable source of energy. The ocean and river flow offers immense

vent silencer

High pressure fluids when released to the atmosphere, generates high noise level. This is due to high velocity flow through the valve and turbulence created around any obstacle that suddenly

CFD analysis of Butterfly Valve With Without Spring ForceA rigid body is a solid object that moves through a fluid without deforming. Its motion is dictated by the fluid forces and torques acting upon it, plus any external forces (such as gravity) and

Application of VOF Model

The VOF model can model two or more immiscible fluids by solving a single set of momentum equations and tracking the volume fraction of each of the fluids throughout the domain.

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CrushedImpact is one of the very important subjects which always have been considered in mechanical science. Control on an impact is not a plausible solution.  It is often required to present the

CASE STUDY ON TANK SLOSHING

The movement of liquid cargo within a partially filled tank from one side of the tank to the other in the form of wave when being transported is referred to as “Tank Sloshing.” Severe effects of