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Old   March 16, 2024, 14:58
Default ANSYS TankFarm Emission Simulation
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Hello! I am trying to complete a Senior Design project for school and need to model the forces on a tank from a hurricane and also track the emissions of an EFR tank during normal wind conditions. I already completed the hurricane modeling and am not working on the release of emissions of the tank. I would like to see how far these emissions would travel before they come in contact with the ground. I have been researching this concept to try to find tutorials about tracking emissions, but am having no luck. I learned that there are particle track and species transport. I was thinking species transport would allow me to follow the emissions better, is this correct? I am not sure where I would start, will I need to redraw my geometry to include an injection point for the emission? Do you know of any past forums discussing a similar topic I could read?
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