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Third-Party Software
Basic Solver Capability Theory
Documentation Conventions
•List of Symbols(p.2)
List of Symbols
Von Karman constant
Variable Definitions
Governing Equations
Equations of State
Conjugate Heat Transfer
Full Buoyancy Model
Boussinesq Model
Multicomponent Flow
•Multicomponent Notation(p.35)
•Scalar Transport Equation(p.35)
Multicomponent Notation
Scalar Transport Equation
Algebraic Equation for Components
Constraint Equation for Components
Multicomponent Fluid Properties
Energy Equation
Multicomponent Energy Diffusion
Additional Variables
•Transport Equation(p.40)
Transport Equation
Diffusive Transport Equation
Poisson Equation
Algebraic Equation
Rotational Forces
Alternate Rotation Model
Momentum Sources
General Sources
Mass (Continuity) Sources
Bulk Sources
Radiation Sources
Boundary Sources
Boundary Conditions
•Inlet (subsonic)(p.46)
Inlet (subsonic)
Inlet (supersonic)
Outlet (subsonic)
Outlet (supersonic)
Symmetry Plane
Automatic Time Scale Calculation
Fluid Time Scale Estimate
Solid Time Scale Estimate
Mesh Adaption
Adaption Criteria
Mesh Refinement Implementation in ANSYS CFX
Mesh Adaption Limitations
Flow in Porous Media
Darcy Model
Directional Loss Model
Turbulence and Wall Function Theory
•Turbulence Models(p.69)
Turbulence Models
Statistical Turbulence Models and the Closure Problem
Eddy Viscosity Turbulence Models
The Zero Equation Model in ANSYS CFX
Two Equation Turbulence Models
The Wilcox k-omega Model
Reynolds Stress Turbulence Models
The Reynolds Stress Model
Omega-Based Reynolds Stress Models
Rotating Frame of Reference for Reynolds Stress Models
ANSYS CFX Transition Model Formulation
(Eqn. 106)
(Eqn. 107)
(Eqn. 112)
(Eqn. 113)
(Eqn. 114)
Large Eddy Simulation Theory
Smagorinsky Model
Wall Damping
Detached Eddy Simulation Theory
SST-DES Formulation Strelets et al
Zonal SST-DES Formulation in ANSYS CFX
Discretization of the Advection Terms
Scale-Adaptive Simulation Theory
SAS-SST Model Formulation
Modeling Flow Near the Wall
Mathematical Formulation
Wall Distance Formulation
1D Illustration of Concept
Concept Generalized to 3D
GGI and MFR Theory
Interface Characteristics
Multiphase Flow Theory
Multiphase Notation
Multiphase Total Pressure
The Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Models
The Inhomogeneous Model
Interphase Drag
Interphase Drag for the Particle Model
Schiller Naumann Drag Model
Interphase Drag for the Mixture Model
Interphase Drag for the Free Surface Model
Lift Force
Virtual Mass Force
Wall Lubrication Force
Interphase Turbulent Dispersion Force
Solid Particle Collision Models
Solids Stress Tensor
Solids Pressure
Solids Bulk Viscosity
Solids Shear Viscosity
Granular Temperature
Interphase Heat Transfer
Phasic Equations
For details, seeInhomogeneous Interphase Heat Transfer Models (p.148)
Inhomogeneous Interphase Heat Transfer Models
Homogeneous Heat Transfer in Multiphase Flow
Multiple Size Group (MUSIG) Model
Model Derivation
Size Group Discretization
Breakup Models
Coalescence Models
The Algebraic Slip Model
Bulk Equations
Drift and Slip Relations
Derivation of the Algebraic Slip Equation
Turbulence Effects
Wall Deposition
Turbulence Modeling in Multiphase Flow
Phase-Dependent Turbulence Models
Turbulence Enhancement
Homogeneous Turbulence for Multiphase Flow
Additional Variables in Multiphase Flow
Additional Variable Interphase Transfer Models
Homogeneous Additional Variables in Multiphase Flow
Sources in Multiphase Flow
•Fluid-specific Sources(p.170)
Fluid-specific Sources
Interphase Mass Transfer
Secondary Fluxes
User Defined Interphase Mass Transfer
General Species Mass Transfer
The Thermal Phase Change Model
The Cavitation Model
The Droplet Condensation Model
Free Surface Flow
Surface Tension
Particle Transport Theory
•Lagrangian Tracking Implementation(p.187)
Lagrangian Tracking Implementation
Interphase Transfer Through Source Terms
Momentum Transfer
Drag Force
Buoyancy Force
Rotation Force
Virtual or Added Mass Force
Pressure Gradient Force
Turbulence in Particle Tracking
Turbulent Dispersion
Heat and Mass Transfer
Heat Transfer
Simple Mass Transfer
Liquid Evaporation Model
Oil Evaporation/Combustion
Coal Combustion
Hydrocarbon Fuel Analysis Model
Basic Erosion Model
•Model of Finnie(p.205)
Model of Finnie
Model of Tabakoff and Grant
Overall Erosion Rate and Erosion Output
Spray Breakup Models
Primary Breakup/Atomization Models
Secondary Breakup Models
Dynamic Drag Models
Dynamic Drag Law Control
Penetration Depth and Spray Angle
Combustion Theory
Transport Equations
Chemical Reaction Rate
Fluid Time Scale for Extinction Model
The Eddy Dissipation Model
Reactants Limiter
Products Limiter
Maximum Flame Temperature Limiter
The Finite Rate Chemistry Model
Third Body Terms
Combustion Theory: The Combined Eddy Dissipation/Finite Rate Chemistry Model
The Combined Eddy Dissipation/Finite Rate Chemistry Model
Combustion Source Term Linearization
The Flamelet Model
Laminar Flamelet Model for Non Premixed Combustion
Coupling of Laminar Flamelet with the Turbulent Flow Field
Flamelet Libraries
Burning Velocity Model (Premixed or Partially Premixed)
Reaction Progress
Weighted Reaction Progress
Burning Velocity Model (BVM)
Equivalence Ratio, Stoichiometric Mixture Fraction
Laminar Burning Velocity
Equivalence Ratio Correlation
Turbulent Burning Velocity
Zimont Correlation
Peters Correlation
Mueller Correlation
Spark Ignition Model
Phasic Combustion
NO Formation Model
Formation Mechanisms
Chemistry Post-Processing
Soot Model
Soot Formation
Soot Combustion
Combustion (p.261)
Radiation Theory
•Radiation Transport(p.263)
Radiation Transport
Blackbody Emission
• = Planck’s constant
• = Boltzmann’s constant
Quantities of Interest
Radiation Through Domain Interfaces
Rosseland Model
Wall Treatment
The P1 Model
Discrete Transfer Model
Monte Carlo Model
Spectral Models
Multiband Model
Multigray Model
Discretization and Solution Theory
•Numerical Discretization(p.277)
Numerical Discretization
Discretization of the Governing Equations
The Coupled System of Equations
Solution Strategy - The Coupled Solver
General Solution
Linear Equation Solution
Residual Normalization Procedure
Discretization Errors
Controlling Error Sources
Controlling Error Propagation
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ANSYS CFX Solver Theory

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