December 24, 2022 at 1:18 pmGrzegorz PiekarskiSubscriber
Hello! I have a problem. I try inmitate flow in vertical, axial flow propeller pump, but I have not data about propeler and another data's about inside but I have every diameter and measurement about inlet pressure, outlet pressure and flow mass by pump. How I can simualte it. I tried use Fan Dialog box knowing fan hyb radius and velocity but the hight of raising are constant independently from using flow mass. Do you have any idea how it simulate in ANSYS Fluent?
December 27, 2022 at 1:33 ammanu prabha anandSubscriber
I am not sure about this, please check Vista AFD in work bench for design. AFD is for Axial Fan design, check documentation. I think working fluid density is different. It is by default for gas i think. You can use this for making geometry or other available geometry. Or, If you already have a design , you have to make the fluid domain and then mesh and you can use this mesh to simulate in fluent.
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