|June 5, 2009, 14:57||
boundary conditions - directional valve, basic help
Join Date: May 2009
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I am writing here to enquire information about way of applying boundary conditions at Directional valve. I modeled internal path into valve and inlet and outlet pipe.
Information about valve:
min/ max pressure 3-10bar
I want to determine delta p
and my Question is how to apply BC in Ansys CFX 11, I have noticed that i we have opportunity to choose
in inlet section:
Total Speed, Comp. speed, static pressure, total pressure, mass flow rate
in outlet section:
averaged static pressure, normal speed, static pressure, mass flow rate. eventually what relative pressure I have to assume?
And now I have a problem, because theoretically i can determine total speed from Q, but I don't know what to apply at outlet.
I am aware that it is obvious for most of you but i am really beginner so if someone can help I will be grad.
|June 6, 2009, 05:17||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Birmingham, UK
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have you done Tutorial 20: Fluid Structure Interaction and Mesh Deformation ?
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4. Please before asking any questions on how to run simulations in CFX, go though all the tutorials
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