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Old   April 25, 2017, 17:52
Default Analyze Acoustic Effects using ANSYS of water flowing through a pipe
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I am interested in analyzing the acoustical effects of sound when air and water passes through a corrugated pipe and a tea kettle pipe. My first approach was to just evaluate the acoustical effects air has through a regular cylindrical pipe. I looked at all the workshops in the acoustics extension but none of them have flow through a pipe. I have also looked into Cornell's website on ANSYS modelling and geometry tutorials, so I know how to set up a mesh and geometry:
https://confluence.cornell.edu/displ...lent+Pipe+Flow
My question is: What steps do I take to 1) create the flow through the pipe and then 2) use the acoustics extension to evaluate how much sound the flow is creating when it goes through the pipe.

Any help or guidance would be much appreciated
Thanks!
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Greetings,
I am interested in analyzing the acoustical effects of sound when air and water passes through a corrugated pipe and a tea kettle pipe. My first approach was to just evaluate the acoustical effects air has through a regular cylindrical pipe. I looked at all the workshops in the acoustics extension but none of them have flow through a pipe. I have also looked into Cornell's website on ANSYS modelling and geometry tutorials, so I know how to set up a mesh and geometry:
https://confluence.cornell.edu/displ...lent+Pipe+Flow
My question is: What steps do I take to 1) create the flow through the pipe and then 2) use the acoustics extension to evaluate how much sound the flow is creating when it goes through the pipe.

Any help or guidance would be much appreciated
Thanks!

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