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Experiment No 1:
Study of Governing Equations applicable in Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer; introduction, featuresand application of commercial and open source tools for CFD/FEM Analysis
AIM
To study of governing equations applicable in fluid flow and heat transfer; introduction,features and applications of commercial and open source tools for CFD/FEM analysis.
GOVERNING EQUATIONS USED
The equation of continuity for an incompressible fluid
0
=++
 z w yv xu
Navier–Stokes equations in Cartesian coordinatesReynolds Equation
 
U
max
= (3/2) U
avg
 
Free Stream VelocityLaminar Boundary Layer ThicknessHeat EquationFin Equation
h = m
2
kt/2
INTRODUCTION, FEATURES AND APPLICATION OF COMMERCIALAND OPEN SOURCE TOOLS FOR CFD/FEM ANALYSISGAMBIT
The GAMBIT software package is designed to help analysts and designers build andmesh models for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and other scientific applications.GAMBIT receives user input primarily by means of its graphical user interface (GUI). TheGAMBIT GUI makes the basic steps of building and meshing a model simple and intuitive, yet itis versatile enough to accommodate a wide range of modelling applications. The followingsections of this chapter outline the contents of the GAMBIT documentation suite and describethe format and font conventions that are used throughout the GAMBIT documentation.
Format Conventions
The GAMBIT documentation suite employs two standard format types. • Graphic format• Layout format
 
The graphic format defines the types of symbols that are used to represent controlelements and command buttons on the GAMBIT graphical user interface (GUI).The layout format defines the structure of the documentation with respect to thedescription of GAMBIT specification forms.
Graphic Format
 The GAMBIT GUI employs two types of components for user interaction. • Control elements• Toolpad command buttonsControl elements
 
allow you to perform operations such as executing actions andoperations, choosing from among a given set of options, and inputting alphanumeric data.
Toolpad command buttons
allow you to perform operations such as opening specificationforms and controlling GUI display characteristics for example, the overall layout of the graphicswindow or the orientation of the model. The following sections describe the appearance and useof the components listed above as well as the graphic format that is used throughout theGAMBIT documentation to represent each type of component.
Boundary Conditions
Any solution of a set of PDE’s requires a set of boundary conditions for closure
From a physical perspective you need to specify boundary conditions such an an inletflow. However boundary conditions are required at all boundaries that surround theflow domain
For example a wall boundary condition specifies by zero velocity at the wall bydefault. If you are solving mass or heat transfer then you need to specify the boundaryconditions for these variables either as a flux or boundary concentration
Fluent by default assumes a wall boundary condition unless you specify otherwise
Boundary Condition Types
Flow inlet and outlet boundaries
Wall and repeating boundaries
Internal cell zones

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