TAGGED: Discovery AIM, Fluid-Solid Heat Transfer
August 1, 2019 at 6:40 amnagarajan.dharanibalanSubscriber
Could anyone support on the procedure to apply environment of air for a thermal simulation of exhaust manifold?
1. How to define that exhaust manifold is in air media, properties of air like temperature, density, pressure etc.,
2. I have already created selection set of external surface of manifold
#air media, #component environment definition #air properties
August 1, 2019 at 7:29 amNaresh PatreAnsys Employee
Hello Nagarajan D
You will have to create a fluid domain around the manifold and assign Air material for the fluid volume. You will have to use Conjugate Heat Transfer template for your analysis. Please check out some Fluid-Solid Heat Transfer (CHT) application examples from below link:
Discovery AIM: Application Examples: Fluid-Solid Heat Transfer (CHT)
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