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sceme derivation: central differencing scheme: no of nodes: the number of nodes = p+q-1 p is order of derivatives q is order of approximation the number of nodes = 2+4-1 =>5. Derivation: (∂^2u/∂x^2)=(af(i-2)+bf(i-1)+cf(i)+df(i+1)+ef(i+2))/dx^2 …

Chinnaiyan B

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Week-4 : Basic Calibration of Single cylinder CI-Engine

Objective:

Aim: Basic Calibration of single cylinder CI-Engine. Objectives: 1.Compare SI vs CI and list down differences (assignment no 2-SI) 2.Comments on following parameters BSFC Exhaust Temperature A/F ratios 3.Change MFB 50 and observe impact on performance Pre-processing and solver: 1.Compare SI vs CI and list down differences…

23 Jun 2022 02:23 PM IST

Week 2 : Basic Calibration of Single cylinder SI-Engine

Objective:

Aim: To run the single cylinder SI engine setup at 1800 rpm and list down parameters such as air flow rate,BMEP,BSFC,In-cylinder pressure. To run the same setup at 3600 rpm and to increase the output by 10% Introduction: SI engine stands for spark ignition engine. Spark ignition engine means any engine in which fuel…

12 Jun 2022 07:19 AM IST

Week 1 : Exploring the GUI of GT-POWER

Objective:

GT-SUITE is the industry-leading simulation tool with capabilities and libraries aimed at a wide variety of applications and industries. It offers engineers functionalities ranging from fast concept design to detailed system or sub-system/component analyses, design optimization and root cause investigation. Why you should…

06 Jun 2022 03:07 PM IST

Project 1 : CFD Meshing for Tesla Cyber Truck

Objective:

1.Aim: To create a CFD meshing for Tesla Cyber Truck by using Ansa. 2.Objectives: Target lengths for the different parts of a model are as follow: Body - 12 mm Tyre and rims - 15mm Windows - 10mm 3.Procedure: 1.Open an ANSA software and import a Geometry. Fig: Imported Geometry 2.After Importing geometry, Check the geometry…

17 May 2022 08:21 AM IST

Week 4 Challenge : CFD Meshing for BMW car

Objective:

1.Aim: To create a CFD meshing for BMW car by using Ansa. 2.Objectives: Target lengths for the different parts of a model are as follow: Body - 3 mm Lights - 4 mm Grills - 1 mm Rims and Tyres - 2 mm Optical Rear view mirror - 2 mm Window - 2 mm Silencer - 3 mm Logo - 1 mm. 3.Procedure: 1.Open an ANSA software and import…

16 May 2022 03:15 PM IST

Week 5 Challenge : Surface wrap on Automotive Assembly

Objective:

1.Aim: To create a Surface wrap on Automotive Assembly by using Ansa. 2.Objectives: Target length for Wrap = 3 mm. 3.Procedure: 1.Open an ANSA software and import a Geometry. Fig: Imported Geometry 2.After Importing geometry, Check the geometry and its shows some error in topology. Checks>Geometry…

12 May 2022 11:01 AM IST

Week 3 Challenge : CFD meshing on Turbocharger

Objective:

1.Aim: To create a CFD mesh on Turbo charger by using Ansa. 2.Objectives: Set target length and mesh the model. Blade stage-1 = 1 mm Blade stage-2 = 1 mm Impeller = 2 mm Shaft rotor = 1 mm Turbo casing = 5 mm Compressor casing = 5 mm Inlet casing cover = 5 mm 3.Procedure: 1.Open an ANSA software and import a Geometry.…

11 May 2022 03:59 AM IST

Week 10 - Simulating Combustion of Natural Gas.

Objective:

1.Aim: To perform a combustion simulation on the combustor model usig methane as fuel. 2.Theory: Combustion refers to the process where a substance burns in the presence of Oxygen, giving off heat and light in the process. You might have heard that certain substances are combustible whereas some are non-combustible.…

01 May 2022 01:22 PM IST

Week 8 - Simulating Cyclone separator with Discrete Phase Modelling

Objective:

1.Aim: To perform analysis on cyclone separator and calculate the separation efficiency and pressure drop. 2.Introduction: A cyclonic separation is a method of removing particulates from an air, gas or liquid stream, without the use of filters, through vortex separation. When removing particulate matter…

29 Apr 2022 11:54 AM IST

Week 9 - Parametric study on Gate valve.

Objective:

1.Aim: Parametric study for Gate valve. 2.Introduction: The valve has a disc or a gate. The gate has a transverse motion to the direction of fluid flow. Thus, this arrangement either fully stops or opens the passage of fluid. Gate valve finds its application where it is necessary to handle a constant flow of…

27 Apr 2022 06:23 PM IST

Week 6 - CHT Analysis on a Graphics card

Objective:

1.Aim: To perform the Conjugate heat transfer analysis on a graphics card. 2.Objectives: Run the simulation by varying the velocity from 1m/sec to 5m/sec for at least 3 velocities and discuss the results. Find out the maximum temperature and heat transfer coefficient attained by the processor. Prove that the simulation…

25 Apr 2022 02:49 PM IST

Week 5 - Rayleigh Taylor Instability

Objective:

1.Aim: To conduct the Rayleigh Taylor CFD simulation. 2.Introduction The Rayleigh–Taylor instability is an instability of an interface between two fluids of different densities which occurs when the lighter fluid is pushing the heavier fluid. A heavy fluid supported against gravity by…

23 Apr 2022 04:57 AM IST

Week 4 - CHT Analysis on Exhaust port

Objective:

1.Aim: Steady state CHT analysis on Exhaust port at an inlet velocity of 5 m/s. 2.Introduction: Simulate fluid flow and assume that the walls of the container were at a constant temperature or even adiabatic. In reality, however, the heat transfer between solids and surrounding…

21 Apr 2022 07:41 AM IST

Week 3 - External flow simulation over an Ahmed body.

Objective:

1.Objective: To do external flow over the Ahmed body. Q1.1 Ahmed Body The Ahmed body was described originally by S. R. Ahmed in 1984 The Ahmed body is a simplified vehicle model. The airflow around the Ahmed body captures the essential flow features around an automobile and was first defined and…

20 Apr 2022 09:25 AM IST

Week 2 - Flow over a Cylinder.

Objective:

1.Aim: Simulate the flow over a cylinder and explain the phenomenon of Karman vortex street. 2.Objective: Simulate the flow with the steady and unsteady case and calculate the Strouhal Number for Re= 100. Calculate the coefficient of drag and lift over a cylinder by setting the Reynolds number to 10,100,1000,10000…

17 Apr 2022 01:01 PM IST

Week 1- Mixing Tee

Objective:

1.Objective: For this challenge, we have created two versions of the mixing tee. One of them is longer than the other. Our job is to set up steady-state simulations to compare the mixing effectiveness when hot inlet temperature is 360C & the Cold inlet is at 190C. Use the k-epsilon and k-omega SST model for the…

14 Apr 2022 01:29 PM IST

Week 12 - Validation studies of Symmetry BC vs Wedge BC in OpenFOAM vs Analytical H.P equation

Objective:

Objective: To simulate an axis-symmetric laminar flow through the constant cross- sectional of the pipe by applying the symmetry boundary condition. To simulating for the mentioned angles i.e for 10,25,45 degrees using both symmetry and wedge boundary conditions and validate them HP equations. Entrance length:…

05 Apr 2022 02:35 PM IST

Week 11 - Simulation of Flow through a pipe in OpenFoam

Objective:

Objective: Calculation of Flow variables. Generation of blockMeshDict using the wedge boundary condition. create the blockMeshDict file in MATLAB such that the mesh is automatically created for any wedge angle. Simulating the pipe flow in OpenFoam using icoFoam solver. Post process the velocity profile and shear…

31 Mar 2022 05:17 PM IST

Week 8 - Simulation of a backward facing step in OpenFOAM

Objective:

Aim: 1.To simulate an incompressible-laminar-viscous flow through the backward facing step geometry. 2.To perform a transient simulation, The solver can be chosen based on the described physics of the flow. Conditions: Case 1 -…

26 Mar 2022 01:48 PM IST

Week 7 - Simulation of a 1D Super-sonic nozzle flow simulation using Macormack Method

Objective:

AIM Solve the conservation and non-conservation forms of the governing equations of 1D subsonic-supersonic nozzle by using MacCormack method. Objective 1. Steady-state distribution of primitive variables inside the nozzle.2. Time-wise variation of the primitive variables.3. Variation of Mass flow rate distribution…

20 Mar 2022 01:19 PM IST

Week 9 - FVM Literature Review

Objective:

Objective 1. Finite Volume Method(FVM) 2.The major differences between FDM & FVM 3.The need for interpolation schemes and flux limiters in FVM 4.use the 1D linear heat conduction equation 1.Finite Volume Method The finite volume method(FVM) is a discretization technique for partial…

17 Mar 2022 08:33 AM IST

Week 5.1 - Mid term project - Solving the steady and unsteady 2D heat conduction problem

Objective:

Aim: i) To Solve the 2D heat conduction equation by using the point iterative techniques. ii) To solve implicit iterative technique equations. 1. Jacobi 2. Gauss-seidel 3. Successive over-relaxation iii) To write code for implicit and explicit schemes Given:…

05 Mar 2022 05:18 AM IST

Week 3.5 - Deriving 4th order approximation of a 2nd order derivative using Taylor Table method

Objective:

sceme derivation: central differencing scheme: no of nodes: the number of nodes = p+q-1 p is order of derivatives q is order of approximation the number of nodes = 2+4-1 =>5. Derivation: (∂^2u/∂x^2)=(af(i-2)+bf(i-1)+cf(i)+df(i+1)+ef(i+2))/dx^2 …

28 Feb 2022 10:26 AM IST

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