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Old   April 15, 2019, 08:19
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Good morning,


In the past, for this kind of simulation I used Gambit without problems.
- Geometry:1-> Volume, wing volume and propeller disk surface as FAN definition.
2-> Subtract Volume and wing volume to create fluid volume domain.
3 -> Split the fluid volume domain with propeller disk surface. That's all.
4 -> Meshing.
5 -> Fluent and boundary condition definition as FAN



Could you be so kind to explain how to proceed with ANSYS workbench XX.Y


Thank you in advance
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Old   April 22, 2019, 13:45
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Hi
I think the best option is use icem cfd.
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Good morning,


In the past, for this kind of simulation I used Gambit without problems.
- Geometry:1-> Volume, wing volume and propeller disk surface as FAN definition.
2-> Subtract Volume and wing volume to create fluid volume domain.
3 -> Split the fluid volume domain with propeller disk surface. That's all.
4 -> Meshing.
5 -> Fluent and boundary condition definition as FAN



Could you be so kind to explain how to proceed with ANSYS workbench XX.Y



Thank you in advance


Hello Dear,
If you are looking for a freelancer to do this project then contact me i have the expertise for this project. thank you
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Old   May 9, 2019, 00:18
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Good morning,


In the past, for this kind of simulation I used Gambit without problems.
- Geometry:1-> Volume, wing volume and propeller disk surface as FAN definition.
2-> Subtract Volume and wing volume to create fluid volume domain.
3 -> Split the fluid volume domain with propeller disk surface. That's all.
4 -> Meshing.
5 -> Fluent and boundary condition definition as FAN



Could you be so kind to explain how to proceed with ANSYS workbench XX.Y


Thank you in advance
If you need help, you can post in other section forum. But in this freelancer, you are looking for a freelancer to do this project then contact me via email fluidtool@gmail.com. I have the experience for this project. thank you
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Old   May 10, 2019, 12:52
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Hai, My name is Paramesh. I have worked on a similar project.
You can call me at 8074810789
Or write to me at paramesh@tamminainfotech.com
thank you
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Old   July 25, 2019, 15:15
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I have experience on similar type of fan projects
Contact me info@shivshreetech.com, suryawanshirh777@gmail.com
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