# CFD-simulation of a stirred vessel

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 December 16, 1999, 11:12 CFD-simulation of a stirred vessel #1 Peter Guest   Posts: n/a I am just at the beginning of simulation of a stirred vessel with the CFD-tool Fluent. Does anybody of you have some experience with rotating meshes; maybe you even simulate a mixer. Would be nice if you answer for exchange of experience. Yours sincerely Peter

 December 16, 1999, 19:20 Re: CFD-simulation of a stirred vessel #2 Sung-Eun Kim Guest   Posts: n/a There are lots of application examples published by our staff and FLUENT users in this area. Multiple Rotating Reference (MRF) and sliding mesh capabilities are frequently used to solve the mixing applications. Please talk to your support engineer to get some help with your project and the publications in this area.

 December 17, 1999, 09:32 Re: CFD-simulation of a stirred vessel #3 M.zhou Guest   Posts: n/a hi, I have the experience of using FLUENT to simulate the flow in stirred tank. If you have questions, I'd like to help you. zhou

 January 31, 2000, 08:25 Re: CFD-Further Query - stirred vessel #4 Spence Guest   Posts: n/a I have a similar problem. It involves the simulation of a stirred vessel, where the stirrer is circular in plan view and offset from the center of the circular tank. Just wondering if anybody has a basic starting point or if it's best to call the fluent support engineer? Thanks for any help, Spence.

 January 31, 2000, 10:36 Re: CFD-Further Query - stirred vessel #5 Paal Chr. Guest   Posts: n/a You can do it the same way as if you had the axis in center. Just make one cylindrical zone around the axis, and put the rest of the tank as an outer zone. Then you can for instant use the MRRF. Just tell me if you have further questions. PC.

 February 1, 2000, 06:51 Re: CFD-Further Query - stirred vessel #6 Spence Guest   Posts: n/a Thanks for that!

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