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Mohammed Siddig September 17, 2012 23:16

Modeling electromagnetic emissions
 
Hello
First of all, I am not familiar with CFX nor similar software :(. I am here to ask your kind help on a task that I was asked by my supervisor to do:

He wants to know the possibility to use ANSYS CFX to model the electromagnetic emissions for hot mediums such as oven and blast furnace, model their spectrum, and calculate the intensities considering their interaction with dispersive mediums.

Thank you

ghorrocks September 18, 2012 01:45

If you mean radiative heat transfer, then yes, CFX has several models to cover that. Have a look in the tutorials and the documentation. This includes models which cover different spectrums - but you won't find any tutorials on that, you will have to read the documentation on that one.

Mohammed Siddig September 18, 2012 04:54

Thanks ghorrocks

I mean the spectrum and density of radiation emitted from a hot medium (e.g. oven interior) after passing through a medium consists of mixer of gases. The spectrum and intensity calculation should mainly take into account the scattering effect by the gas particles in the second medium.

Regarding the CFX documentation, I do not have the software discs nor publications, I am just trying to get hold of the available documents over the internet.

Thank again

ghorrocks September 18, 2012 21:09

CFX can do everything you are asking about - scattering, different gas properties, different spectrums.

The software documentation is also available for V14 at in the commonfiles/help directory. If you are on an older version of CFX <CFX_ROOT>/help I think it was.

Mohammed Siddig September 19, 2012 23:33

Thanks again ghorrocks
I much appreciate your help
I am going through the documentation now, and will post again if further clarification needed.
Regards

liuzexiang October 30, 2012 11:13

Can do?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ghorrocks (Post 382446)
CFX can do everything you are asking about - scattering, different gas properties, different spectrums.

The software documentation is also available for V14 at in the commonfiles/help directory. If you are on an older version of CFX <CFX_ROOT>/help I think it was.

I do the analysis of the flow field of electrochemical machining, which voltage is applied to the analysis of the flow field, how can not get results.My specific problem: fluid flow by a metal pipe to the surface of another metal, set voltage, electrical conductivity and relative dielectric constant, but there is no result?

ghorrocks October 30, 2012 18:52

CFX should be able to do this. Please start a new thread for a new topic and describe in detail what you are trying to do.


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