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Old   September 14, 2016, 07:42
Default CFD simulation of Archimedes Screw Turbine for prediction of rate of aeration.
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I am a masters student in water resource engineering. My thesis is about dissolve oxygen(DO) management in a river basin. To accomplish this I will be using a hydrological simulation software. The problem is that at some locations, where the DO is predicted by the software to be low, an Archimedes turbine will be used to boost up the DO content along with generating some power. Now, the hydrological software is not capable of predicting the DO contribution by any mechanical device into the river basin. Hence, I will have to use CFD for simulation of the same. Please advise me how to approach the situation? Since I am from civil background, i havent have the chance to learn CFD. Is there any book that i should look at first?

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