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ANSYS for Fluid Mechanics

For flow simulation (Computational Fluid Dynamics, or CFD), ANSYS Workbench offers advanced technologies with ANSYS CFX and ANSYS FLUENT that cover the entire range of applications.

Typical applications

You can optimize the flow pattern and pressure drop, making it easier to determine dimensions for pumps and fans, such as in sewage systems, ventilation systems, and climate control systems or in hydraulics and pneumatics.

Understanding of the mixing process is increased so that you can achieve high-quality mixing in the shortest amount of time, as with manufacturing emulsions and food products or plastics processing.

It makes it easier for you to understand free surfaces and the distribution and size of particles, drops, and bubbles that are present with atomizing and boiling or with cavitation. Examples of this are sloshing in tanks and atomizing in injection systems.

Emissions and the degree of effectiveness can be optimized in reactors and incineration processes, for example in gas turbines and in burning biomass or coal.

You need a better understanding of the influences of extrusion and blow molding on future component behavior. To do so, manufacturing processes can be specifically focused on improving certain component characteristics such as wall thickness, internal stress, and warping, for products such as PET bottles, glass containers, plastic and aluminum frames, or fiber concrete.

Rotor-stator systems and components that warp or open and close can be easily evaluated with fluid structure interaction or by designing hydraulic components from pumps to valves.

Velocity vectors in a valve

Fluid-structure interaction on a bent flange

Performance characteristics

CFX and fluent solvers, proven over the years in industrial use, constitute the technological basis.

Predefined procedures, such as those for turbo machines or manufacturing processes (extrusion, blow molding), deliver precise results in a short amount of time.

Current benchmarks show nearly linear scaling of up to 3.072 kernels. With excellent acceleration, even extremely complex geometries can be solved with the greatest possible accuracy, and computing times are sharply reduced.

The influence of mechanical, temperature, and electromagnetic fields can be evaluated in direct interaction. Linked analyses, like FSI or system simulation, ensure an ideally coordinated design.

ANSYS Modules

You can scale the scope of performance for your analysis system to suit the task by combining the following ANSYS modules:

Advanced technology for modeling complex physical phenomena like rotating machines, multiphases, reactions, and expanded models in different areas, like radiation through solid bodies or higher turbulence models.

Advanced technology for modeling complex physical phenomena like rotating machines, multiphases, reactions, and expanded models in different areas, like radiation through solid bodies or higher turbulence models.

For fast design of turbo machines.

For automated geometry creation for turbo machines.

For specialized grid generation for turbo machines based on high-quality hex ether nets.

For coupled analyses of fluid flow and electromagnetic fields, usually for coordination of Lorentz forces that affect the fluid, such as with electromagnetic stirring.

For simulating extrusion and blow molding, determining the properties of components already created, and significantly reducing the interactive commissioning process for production systems.

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