March 13, 2023 at 8:21 amJiao yuzeSubscriber
Hello, I am currently doing simulation experiments on axial hydrostatic supports. Currently when I was modeling, I set different eccentric sizes for the movingwall. However, in the actual simulation experiment, the bearing capacity of the oil film did not change with the change of eccentric distance, which is contrary to what I have seen in the relevant literature. I used Workbench Mesh for meshing, the inlet pressure was set to 1.5e6Pa, and using the coupled algorithm, the movingwall moved at 2m/s. And the bearing capacity of movingwall is directly generated in the fluent results tab, and the results obtained are very small, even less than 10N. Is there a problem with my fluent settings or something else?
Looking forward to hearing from you, thank you. (Photo attached)
March 13, 2023 at 8:26 am
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