Arbitrary Water Pumpe
Using cyclic patches for modelling a pressure drop
Simplifications are used in computational fluid dynamics applications almost in every scenario. In most cases, special regions are not of main interest. An example is given in the following training case, in which a water pump (which is just generating a pressure drop) is removed and replaced by a 1D cyclic boundary condition. The simplification leads to less numerical cells and therefore a reduction of computational costs. Discount of 50% possible.
Holzmann CFD does not give any warranty to the numerical results that are obtained within this training case based on the fact that there is no verification or validation.
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