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doki January 16, 2011 03:39

pressure boundary condition in AVL FIRE
 
I am performing numerical modeling of gas injection Through a single hole nozzle into a closed chamber with avl FIRE. I intend to define a Total Pressure at inlet of Injector, but the solution does not show any sensitivity to the boundary condition set. It appears that the boundary condition does not "penetrate" into the domain. I have checked almost everything and all the solution setting seems to be appropriately set.
The flow velocity at nozzle exit for pressure ratio of 20 between inlet and chamber is only 2 m/s in first time step!!!!! so definitely sth basic is wrong.
I would be grateful if anyone help me through the staff.

morshed_alm January 20, 2011 09:20

You can try with stagnation pressure boundary condition at the inlet and static pressure at the outlet. .

doki January 30, 2011 06:53

there is no outlet in the domain.
Stagnation pressure boundary condition needs Mach Number and Dynamic pressure be set at inlet. these values are actually the solution results! i.e. one can not determine them at first.
anyway, I have checked almost everything in the solution and got nothing!

neu December 21, 2011 17:39

gas injection in AVL fire
 
Hi doki

I also have similar problem to you. I want to inject gas from 1mm diameter nozzle to a constant volume chamber.
What boundary conditions should I use?
Would you please tell me about important adjustment for getting good results?

Thanks,


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Originally Posted by doki (Post 290601)
I am performing numerical modeling of gas injection Through a single hole nozzle into a closed chamber with avl FIRE. I intend to define a Total Pressure at inlet of Injector, but the solution does not show any sensitivity to the boundary condition set. It appears that the boundary condition does not "penetrate" into the domain. I have checked almost everything and all the solution setting seems to be appropriately set.
The flow velocity at nozzle exit for pressure ratio of 20 between inlet and chamber is only 2 m/s in first time step!!!!! so definitely sth basic is wrong.
I would be grateful if anyone help me through the staff.


doki December 22, 2011 13:07

Generally the pressure boundary conditions result in slow convergence. you SHOULD adjust the time step size, the URFs and even the number of iterations per time step.
other settings depend on the type of flow. I mean if the flow is under-expanded or not.

neu December 22, 2011 13:17

Hi Doki

Thanks so much.
You mean that the total pressure boundary condition is not good.
What boundary condition do you suggest?

Yes, my flow is under expanded. I mean that the injection pressure is nearly 100 atm and the chamber initial pressure is under 10 atm.

1- I use from simple method.
2- My time step in intial stage of calculation is 1e-07 and the gradually reduces to 2e-05.

Would you Please help me?

doki December 27, 2011 02:27

It is meaningless that a boundary condition type is not "good". it just might not be appropriate. in some cases you SHOULD use total pressure boundary condition. in each case you should adjust the required settings to get the best convergence.
Anyway, the pressure boundary conditions are a kind of "slow" in convergence.

neu December 27, 2011 13:52

Hi doki

Thanks. I have some question:

1- How many Min. number of iterations are need for good convergence?
2- Is it need that I active Second order option in Run mode section?
3- What about for activation of two stage pressure correction?
4- What should I choose in compressibility section between compressible, subsonic and supersonic?

Best,


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