|January 16, 2012, 03:37||
Two different methods for modeling a rotatory system
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There are two possible methods for modeling a rotatory system (such as a water turbine),
1) using a moving mesh
2) fixing the blades, and rotating the housing employing an angular velocity boundary condition. (fixed grid)
It is clear that the second approach is much easier to implement. I wonder to know their differences? Do they both result in similar results?
Thank you very much,
Last edited by nav; January 17, 2012 at 02:51.
|January 18, 2012, 12:33||
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Actually, if you are modelling an internal flow, you need both. You need to rotate the whole mesh (the rotor turning) and then apply a reverse rotation to the boundary (since the wall should be static). Otherwise the system will look static from the fluids point of view.
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