Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer) Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer)
Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer) Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer)
Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer) Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer)
Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer) Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer)
Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer) Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer)

Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer)

Tobias Holzmann's favorite alcoholic drink

€60,00

Heat transfer problems, including several different regions, are state of the art simulations for CFD engineers. In each engineering application, heat transfer processes occur. Depending on the investigation, the energy transport can be one of the critical quantities such as thermal stress, temperature resistance and so on. The training case provides the correct set-up for such kind of problems and will guide the trainee through the different steps. Discount of 50% possible.


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In every engineering application, energy transport is a fundamental phenomenon that always occurs such as in electronic devices, bearings, turbines, heat exchanger, chemical reactors, and so on. Engineers have to be aware of the problems induced by temperature differences (thermal stress). Nowadays, the investigation into the energy transport/exchange is done during the design of the application to prevent failing or estimating the behavior of the whole application. The training case shows all necessary steps that have to be done to successfully run a conjugate heat transfer (CHT) simulation in OpenFOAM. Based on the well-structured bash script, the trainee will learn the single steps. Furthermore, the included comments will give more details and faster understanding of the settings and structure of the CHT case within the OpenFOAM® environment. The mesh is generated using snappyHexMesh while the single cellZones and faceZones are created. These zones are further utilized to reorganize and split the mesh into its different regions. The pre-processing tools, namely the createPatch and changeDictionary applications are used for further manipulations regarding the boundary conditions as well as the topology of the mesh. After the different regions are set-up correctly, the mesh gets decomposed and renumbered.

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®-4.x/5.x/6.x
For OpenFOAM®-4.x swak4Foam
ParaView®


Students
Students and people who work at universities will get a discount of 50% and 25% respectively. To get the discount, you need to activate a coupon code. The code can be requested directly via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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