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selvam R.P November 24, 2005 07:55

how to include body force in cfx
 
hai all,

i want to include body force like electromagnetic force in fluid flow equation how to include as a body force in cfx

i am strugling for this problem please help my problem .

with regards selvam.R.P

ousegui November 24, 2005 12:39

Re: how to include body force in cfx
 
There is one possibility you go on CFX expert, and in you find body force option try this way, I hope it will works

opaque November 24, 2005 13:58

Re: how to include body force in cfx
 
Dear Selvam,

What kind of electromagnetic fluid flow simulation are interested in? Is it the Lorentz force that you want to put in?

There is a beta feature within ANSYS CFX 10.0 to address problems like magneto-hydrodynamics. You should contact your service representative and request information about it.

Good luck, Opaque.

selvam R.P November 25, 2005 03:31

Re: how to include body force in cfx
 
hai all, thanks for replying i am mainly interested to put lorentz force in the fluid flow equation, if u have of that beta feature of magento hydodynamics ,please mail me thanks with regards selvam.R.P

matejk November 25, 2005 05:01

Re: how to include body force in cfx
 
othrewise, you include a general body force by first creating a subdomain where you want your force to be applied, and in the subdomain dialog select sources. There you can specify a General Momentum Source.

There are some details about this in CFX help, I think.. Do a search for 'Momentum Sources'


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