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Old   April 30, 2011, 20:55
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Hi everyone

I am basically trying to a simulate a wing in and out of the ground effect on Ansys workbench. I have been trying hard but i cant get to set up the simulation, i am still a beginner. Is there anyone out there good in ansys who could help me set it up..i am kinda desperate.... its for my ind project deadline in 10 days!!!...i would really appreciate....

my email is Abishaimurday@yahoo.co.uk....

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Old   May 1, 2011, 15:29
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Hey friend give us more information in order to know if we can help you!!
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Old   May 1, 2011, 17:23
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hey juliom

thanks 4 ure reply man!......basically i would like to simulate the vortices of a NACA 0015(c=15.2cm and b=73cm) out of ground effect and show its decrease in ground effect. I performed some wind tunnel tests and want to compare my results... i have already done my meshing....and i was told by my supervisor the best turbulence model is the K-W model. I haven't been taught the technical stuff about cfd...so im finding the set up a bit hard.....i was hoping someone could help me....

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man,K-E will not suit to your model since there you have a boudnary separation and a adverse pressure gradiente, as a result you will need to define as a turbulence model the SST model
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is there anyway you could help me set it up!!!!if its not askin to much......would really appreciate.....
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Old   May 2, 2011, 08:56
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Well I have not work with airfoils, but I have a toturial wich explain how to setup the boundaries conditions for an airfoil but in supersonic condition, let me try to send it to you.
In the other case, you can send the case to me, and then I will define the boundaries conditions.

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