|February 25, 2016, 22:28||
Using DPM to get the Spray
Join Date: Feb 2016
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I am working on a geometry which is actually 3D, but for the starting phase, I am using a 2D model. It is the part of the combustion chamber in the rotary IC engine. My main task is to design the fuel injector, to get the spray from the injector. Initially I am using a simple circular pipe as a fuel injector. The outlet of the fuel injector is 0.1 mm.
I have read few tutorials for the DPM. Please tell me what can be the thing to start with a injection ?
Do I need to design the injector physically ?
If some of you have some good useful tutorial on the Spray modelling, please send me on my email ID.
If someone wants to hands on with my problem, I will send my mesh file with boundary condition.
All suggestions are welcome. Thank you in advance.
|June 7, 2016, 06:50||
Join Date: May 2013
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I am trying to simulate spray cooling of metal pieces.
Have you found a suitable tutorial? I have seen the tutorials that ANSYS provides but I need to include heat transfer (I need to investigate cooling of the metal piece depending on spray parameters).
Is your model working now?
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