Arbitrary Rotating Inlet ACMI
The arbitrary coupled mesh interface (ACMI) condition is compelling if the usage of the boundary condition is well understood. The following training case builts an ACMI for a rotating inlet pipe which is connected to a larger second pipe. The set-up is tricky and needs advanced techniques and applications for the correct ACMI generation. Discount of 25 % possible.
Generation of an 2D arbitrary mesh interface (AMI)
Holzmann CFD offers a wide range of different tutorials. Especially focused on dynamic meshes and special features. This training case provides all information that are required to generate a 2D arbitrary mesh interface (AMI) in OpenFOAM. As always, the case uses the well-known and clean bash scripts. Discount of 25 % possible.
The Magnus Effect
The investigation into different phenomena can be done easily with numerical analysis. Some of the most famous phenomena are already simulated by Holzmann CFD such as the Magnus Effect, the Taylor-Rayleigh instability or the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability. People who love soccer should be aware of the Magnus effect, as it is a very common phenomenon in this kind of sport. However, it is also necessary for golf, tennis, table-tennis and so on.
Gin Tonic (Conjugated Heat Transfer)
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 25 % possible.