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Richard Himmelmann May 10, 2000 17:26

I need to model a positive displacement gear pump
 
I am a design engineer at Hamilton Sundstrand in Rockford, IL. I have a need to study the filling characteristics of a gear pump. This problem will require the CFD code to handle a deformable mesh. Are any of the commercial codes capable of modeling this type of pump??

Joern Beilke May 11, 2000 06:09

Re: I need to model a positive displacement gear pump
 
Have a look at

www.beilke-cfd.de/rotary.mpg

The mesh there is not simply rotating but also otherwise deformed.

mando September 3, 2017 16:38

i have a positive displacement flow meter
i need to simulate the flow through rotary gear at different temperature
any body here can help me to get a model similar to my case study ?!

thanks for your efforts.

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ashokac7 September 6, 2017 02:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by Richard Himmelmann
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I am a design engineer at Hamilton Sundstrand in Rockford, IL. I have a need to study the filling characteristics of a gear pump. This problem will require the CFD code to handle a deformable mesh. Are any of the commercial codes capable of modeling this type of pump??

Go for CFX or Star-CCM+ Overset mesh.


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