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IvanRehder May 28, 2013 02:57

sloshing tank mesh
 
Hello
I am new here at the forum and new in CFX and Icem CFD
I was trying to make a sloshing simulation for my gas tank using the tutorials that come with CFX. But I cannot open the tutorial on the CFX, i only have them on .pdf.
I would like to know if someone could help me to make a mesh for my tank.
It is a cube with 50 mm
Need to be hollow?
In which parts should I divide it?
This case i think it does not need any inlet or outlet boundaries
Any extra info or hint I should know?

Far May 29, 2013 12:14

Show some pics please

elmer7 August 15, 2013 13:52

Help please. Can anyone tell me how to create two fluids in a tank?
I can only create one type of fluid

diamondx August 15, 2013 14:21

if you are using unstructured, you have to add the blocks to the fluid interested in... in unstructured, create two bodies

cfd seeker August 15, 2013 14:32

Quote:

if you are using unstructured, you have to add the blocks to the fluid interested in... in unstructured, create two bodies
Ali there is a correction

if you are using "Structured", you have to add the blocks to the fluid interested in... :D

elmer7 August 15, 2013 15:51

Thank you. I have modeled three bodies in CFX: tank, water and air. but when I add water property, ownership of the air is changed to water.
Help.

elmer7 August 16, 2013 11:38

which is the equation of oscillation to simulate the movement of water in a tank in CFX.
Some tutorial please

diamondx August 16, 2013 12:02

you might ask these question in the CFX section of the forum, you will get better help there...


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