May 18, 2022 at 11:40 amAbhi9_ChavareSubscriber
I am new to the ansys fluent,
I have applied the pressure as boundary condition in a pipe caring the compressible fluid, at inlet 500000pa and outlet 100000pa but the ansys fluent do not coverge to the inlet boundary pressure condition
Please look at the attachmentMay 18, 2022 at 1:09 pmNikhil NaraleAnsys EmployeeHello,
In my opinion, for pressure inlet and pressure outlet boundary conditions, the solution is quite sensitive to the initial guess (Initial gauge pressure). Also, please be informed that it is total gauge pressure at the intel and static pressure at the outlet, while defining boundary conditions.
One of the images you shared looks like an attachment, which we are not allowed to download. Can you please post the image directly in the comment section and not attach it?
For more information, please refer to these documentations:
1: 43.7.17. Pressure Inlet Dialog Box (ansys.com)
2: 7.4.3. Pressure Inlet Boundary Conditions (ansys.com)
If you are not able to access above links, please refer to this forum discussion: Using Help with links ÔÇö Ansys Learning Forum
May 18, 2022 at 2:05 pmAbhi9_ChavareSubscriberThanks The attachment was same as image I cann't open the links Please paste the data here.
May 18, 2022 at 4:10 pmRobForum ModeratorMay 18, 2022 at 5:32 pmAbhi9_ChavareSubscriberThanks, Rob.
Now I can access the link, Thanks.
I have gone through it
But I don't understand why the inlet and outlet boundary conditions are not satisfied.
As Ansys Fluent does not reach the provided boundary conditions
As mentioned :
TheSupersonic/Initial Gauge Pressureis ignored by Ansys Fluentwhenever the flow is subsonic, in which case it is calculated from the specified stagnation quantities. If you choose to initialize the solution based on the pressure-inlet conditions, theSupersonic/Initial Gauge Pressurewill be used in conjunction with the specified stagnation pressure to compute initial values according to the isentropic relations (for compressible flow) or BernoulliÔÇÖs equation (for incompressible flow). Therefore, for a sub-sonic inlet it should generally be set based on a reasonable estimate of the inlet Mach number (for compressible flow) or inlet velocity (for incompressible flow).
but i have applied the outlet condition as initial gauge pressure to initalize.
May 18, 2022 at 6:07 pmDrAmineAnsys EmployeeYou are looking into static pressure field. Check the total pressure field.
May 18, 2022 at 6:54 pmAbhi9_ChavareSubscriberThanks, I got it but can you please through the light on it as the velocity increase (doubled).
May 18, 2022 at 7:25 pmDrAmineAnsys EmployeeHow shall I do that?
May 19, 2022 at 2:16 amAbhi9_ChavareSubscriber-You are looking into static pressure field. Check the total pressure field.
Please light on the static and total pressure when to use, and its importance.
May 19, 2022 at 2:57 amAbhi9_ChavareSubscriberi.e When I applied the inlet and outlet condition only Pressure so there will be the static pressure
As total pressure =static pressure + dynamic pressure (due to velocity)
When velocity is zero the Pressure must be equal to static
At the inlet the velocity is zero but in static pressure the fluent does not converge to the boundary conditions.
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