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Old   April 1, 2003, 23:35
Default coupled CFD modules with stress and noise
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Jen
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Any CFD packages with the capability of automatic coupling CFD with stress, blowing, sucktion, dust particles and noise together for every time step? This means the objects in the domain will vibrate. Thanks!
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Old   April 2, 2003, 10:54
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Alton Reich, PE
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Jen,

Our CFD-ACE+ package supports coupled simulations with flow, structural stress analysis, deforming bodies, and particle tracking. Blowing and/or suction at the wall would be implemented via boundary conditions for the flow, or as injectors for your dust particles (depending on what is entering or exiting the domain at the wall).

A far field noise prediction module was developed and tested under a research project that finished about a year ago. I'm not sure what the current status of that module is currently, but if you are interested in additional information, I will ask around.

You can get some additional information on our web site <www.cfdrc.com>

Regards, Alton Reich, PE Senior Engineer

PS: To reply directly to me, take the "REMOVETHIS" out of my e-mail address.
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Old   April 2, 2003, 17:21
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dimitri
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Check our code RADIOSS-CFD www.mcube.fr It pretty much has all the options you are looking for.

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Dimitri
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