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CK August 15, 2008 04:07

Flow-3D for Steady State Simulation
 
Hi All, Does anyone know how to do steady state simulation (involved both fludis flow and heat transfer) with Flow-3D?

Thanks and Regards CK

kostaspan August 16, 2008 12:25

Re: Flow-3D for Steady State Simulation
 
Hi. Firstly you must make a 3-dimentional model which you want solute. The *.*msh file of your model will be opened by fluent for 3d models. You chose "3d" option when open the fluent. After input your file and determine some parameters. These parameters are:

1. For "steady" analysis will you go at the menu bar: Define->models->Solver and at the windows which has been opened, choose in the "Time" frame the option "Steady".

2.If you want to include and heat transfer you go: Define->models->Energy and you choose the energy equation.

The other steps are same with the 2d simulation...

otd August 16, 2008 16:36

Re: Flow-3D for Steady State Simulation
 
Check flow-3d.com. Get the phone number and call them. Or email support@flow-3d.com.

Also see if there's a flow-3d forum on cfd-online.

Good luck!

CK August 22, 2008 02:20

Re: Flow-3D for Steady State Simulation
 
Kostaspan & Otd Thanks a lot for your inputs.

Rgds CK


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