ACMI Boundary With Heat Transfer ACMI Boundary With Heat Transfer
ACMI Boundary With Heat Transfer ACMI Boundary With Heat Transfer
ACMI Boundary With Heat Transfer ACMI Boundary With Heat Transfer

ACMI Boundary With Heat Transfer

Heat Tranfer in Moving Boundaries such as in Continous Casting Moulds

€60,00

In industries such as the steel produces, molds are vibrating while they cool the moving liquid pool. Such a phenomenon is exciting and has to be considered in the numerical analysis. There is a wide range of application that combines heat transfer and moving parts. Therefore, these training case demonstrates how to set-up the ACMI boundary condition correctly. Discount of 50% possible.


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In a wide range of applications, static and dynamic parts occur. For numerical analysis, simplifications are state of the art to reduce computational costs and complexity. However, in particular cases, it is inalienable to consider both - static and dynamic - regimes. This training case demonstrates the build of a moving dynamic mesh that is heated-up. While the moving part is connected to the static part, a heat transfer takes place. While analyzing the training case, one will understand how the coupling interface namely Arbitrary Coupled Mesh Interface (ACMI) is built. For this purpose, several applications are used such as createPatch, topoSet and createPatch. Any derivations of the case are possible to fit the requirements one needs. Furthermore, snappyHexMesh in cooperation with flattenMash and extrudeMesh is used to create a 2D mesh.

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.

Requirements
Linux system
the vim text editor (or any editor you prefer)
OpenFOAM®-5.x/6.x
ParaView®
LaplacianDyMFoam (see Free Material - Software Development)


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