TAGGED: Discovery AIM, Fluid Volume, Heat Transfer
April 4, 2020 at 8:22 pmAntonioCGSubscriber
My name is Antonio and I am trying to simulate a moving pipe. The problem I am facing is that, I know the temperature at the inlet of the pipe. To do that I activate the Energy equation. However, as the pipe is moving, I would like to see the temperature obtained due to the flux of the aire (Given the wind tunel a temperature as well, which is constant).
To do that I would like to simulate the temperature evolution as function of the velocity of the pipe instead of giving always a Temperature (defined as constant) or a flux (defined also as constant). Is it possible to simulate it in ANSYS Fluent ? If it is possible, how can I do it ?
I attach the image of the pipe if it hepls. To specify, the inlet of the air is perpendicular to the wall of the pipe.
April 6, 2020 at 4:16 amNaresh PatreAnsys Employee
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