|March 21, 2010, 16:27||
Duct air flow modeling
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PRACTICAL APPLICATION INQUIRY
Is it relatively easy to establish a mesh of two intersecting ducts (LARGE ALUMINUM Tubes, if you will) ?
Who performs CFD analysis for air flow in a duct as a regular part of their work?
I have an unique application with a duct within a duct and 90 degree, mitered elbows.
The usual way to determine network flow is to establish the flow resistance characteristic ( K value ) for each component.
|July 6, 2010, 04:57||
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This is a pretty basic analysis to be carried out from the sounds of it, meshing wouldn't take too long, Im sure if you post more details people here will be able to recommend some tutorials or literature to get you through the problem.
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