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No prism. radial and mixed-flow configurations. HEXPRESS™/Hybrid Integrated CAD cleaning and parallel grid generation system creating conformal body-fitted meshes on complex arbitrary geometry.Non Conformal . HEXPRESS™/Hybrid produces a 100-million cell grid on a full car including the underhood in 1 hour on 48 cores. suppressing the need for a surface mesh. Both systems run in batch or interactive mode and are interfaced to all major commercial cFD codes. Complex hub/propeller interaction Courtesy ECN Urban environment Wind turbine mesh Automatic multistage mesh topology Non axi-symmetric end walls Parametric design and meshing of cooled turbine blade. AutoGrid5™ generates grids in a few minutes. 5 . Centrifugal multi-stage pump IGG™ Interactive Geometry Modeler and Multi-Block Structured Grid Generator for arbitrary geometry Viscous layers around main plate and flap F1 racing car grid • • • • Simple and intuitive block creation tools Automatic mapping and block connections Automated meshing based on Phyton scripts Meshing replay can be used in optimization loops. Customization to User-Specific Features: • Python based commands accessible through scripts • User-defined scripts for batch mode operations in design process Counter-Rotating Open Rotor AutoGrid5™ combined with HEXPRESS™ enables the meshing of complex rotating machine .body fitted grid generator for arbitrary geometries.Turbo Compressor Axial multi-stage turbine Full automatic hexahedral block structured grid generator for all types of rotating machinery and turbomachinery: complex axial. no pyramid cells. starting from unrepaired STl files. 4 HeXPReSS™ and HeXPReSS™/Hybrid use a similar volume-to–surface approach. with just a few clicks through a wizard-based interface.automesh-4G™ HeXPReSS™ HeXPReSS™/ Hybrid autoGrid5™ IGG™ New Generation of Innovative High-Quality Full-Hex and Hex Dominant Meshing Tools for Whole CAE Applications Increase your Productivity by One Order of Magnitude AutoGrid5™ HEXPRESS™ Unstructured—Full Hex. no tetrahedra.
unsteady flow phemenomena simulated using the Non-Linear-Harmonic approach. 3 multigrid levels) & IGG™. taking advantage of a large HPC configuration (thousands of processors). • automatic performance curve construction & summary reports. real gas modeling. Stage 67 – Time reconstruction. • Efficient and optimized automatic load balancing. close to tip. fluid structure interaction. allowing the use of a 1-single-passage high-quality and high-density mesh. FINe™/Turbo integrates: • fully hexahedral automated grid generator AutoGrid5™ Multi-stage axial compressor (Courtesy RR) allowing the launch of a grid with a small number of blocks on an arbitrary number of processors. multi-stages rotating and turbomachinery flows. allowing for the analysis and visualization of the solution on the original grid or at a coarser level in CFViewTM Linear speed-up comparison: 3. • advanced density-based numerical algorithms with robust local preconditioning for incompressible flow. conjugate heat transfer.5 Stage IDAC Steady Computation (80 million cells. • easy-to-use and intuitive interface for fast solution set-up. etc. blade-to-blade distribution of static temperature 7 . cavitation. • dedicated post-treatment for turbomachinery in CFView™. Casing/hub treatment Virtual Process Decomposition 21 blocks Application Stage 67 Transonic compressor • 80 Million Cells with 3 multigrid levels • Non-linear Harmonic analysis with 4 frequencies • Computation completed on 512 processes in less than Preparation of the model in AutoGridTM using standard block topologies Virtual decomposition following a “meta-block” tree structure 1000 blocks Wind Turbine Centrifugal Compressor Space Pump 1 day • Complex tip gap . snapshot of the solution at a given rotor position.recirculation channel flows Fan Hydro Energy applications Reconstitution of the final solution onto the original block topology Convergence in 50 cycles Counter Rotating Open Rotor cPu Booster: Post-processing with CFViewTM Integrated Nacelle & Rotating Fan Automatic Block Decomposition Nasa Stage 67: 1 rotor. Propeller 6 cPu BOOSTeR – axial compressor • Allowing higher CFl number ~1000 • Very fast convergence • Gain: 1 to 2 orders of magnitude faster CPU time Automatic Performance Curve construction starting from design point within user-specified range 55 blocks split into 2640 virtual blocks (left) balanced on 1151 computational processes (right). • Fully transparent reconstruction of the solution. particle tracking. • batch process for transparent integration in a design cycle.FINe™/Turbo Advanced CFD Technology for Turbomachinery High Performance Computing FINE™/Turbo HPC Capabilities Extend Beyond 1-Billion-Cell Grids on Thousands of Processors FINeTm/Turbo HPc streamlines process: • Fully transparent and virtual domain decomposition. • multi-physics: aero-acoustics. Linear Speed-up up to 500 Processes FINE™/Turbo FINE™/Turbo is an accurate and powerful block structured Navier-Stokes CFD software dedicated to the simulation of internal. and recirculated injector. 1 stator.
MPCCI: Mesh-based Parallel Code Coupling Interface from Fraunhofer Institute SCAI MPCCI interface for codes coupling. FINE™/Open integrates HEXPRESS™ or HEXPRESS™/Hybrid.FINe™/Open FINe™/Turbo & FINe™/Open are also available in one single license. 0. FINE™/Open solves any flow. Modal Approach for Forced Response Analysis Rotor 67 Transonic compressor blade Flutter on Agard Wing 445.069 mm with cylinders. Composite wind turbine blade displacement. FSI simulation: Coupling of FINETM/Open (CFD) and ABAQUS (Simulia-FEA) through MPCCI.21 mm with no reinforcement. Maximum enlargement of the slot: 1. 0.44 mm with plates. with extended turbulence and physical models. MPPCI for Flutter Analysis Automotive applications FINE™/FSI-Oofelie for Curtain Header Displacement Fluid: water & Solid material: steel. Convergence for complete car geometries in 50 cycle! Jeep (19 million cells) Solution-adaptive grid optimization for higher accuracy 8 Aerospace: transonic to hypersonic flows 9 .6 Vortex Viwration Beam: Amplitude and Frequency Experiment and CFD Comparison Urban environment flows: Brussels. from incompressible to low and high speed flows. Courtesy Immobilière du Royal Rogiers and AM Art & Build/Montois Partners Transonic compressor blade magnitude of deformation on the blade surface [m] and relative mach number at mid span. Coupling through MPPCI and Strong Coupling in FINE™/FSI-Oofelie Biomedical flows : Blood simulation in the aorta FINE™/Open FINE™/Open is an accurate unstructured Navier-Stokes solver. Unstructured CFD Technology for Complex Flow Configurations multiPhysics Fluid Structure Interaction Modal Approach.
=>EQUATIONS @ PDE: Soot_Equation ->EXPRESSION: DDT(Ysoot) + CONV(Ysoot) = DIFF(YsootDiffCoeff) + SOURCE(SourceSoot) ->INITIAl_VAlUE: 0. The soot formation model by Khan & Greeves is introduced with OpenLabs.source equations • Algebraic relations • Source terms • Diffusion coefficients • Initial and boundary conditions • Thermo-physical properties run time • Compared to source-coded models.0. τ=60 / (Ω*n) =>AUXTERMS @ n=76 @ omega=8283 @ P0-bg=223331.0 (Pa) n number of blades which is 76 Ω rotation speed. The soot mass fraction is shown in the figure.g. 8283rpm τ time period for one wake passage. To simulate the effect of upstream weak of the vane. steady or unsteady heat sources • Porous media • And much more! Flowchart of the process used to generate the OpenLabs library. turbulence modeling for a wind farm) • Reactive flows.0/(omega*n) =>CUSTOM_BOUNDARY_CONDITIONS @ CUSTOMIZED_BOUNDARY_CONDITION: PtInlet ->EXPRESSION: P0-bg * (1. and the relative values are imposed at the inlet. The library is built by a simple click in the GUI and automatically loaded by the flow solver at run time. cavitation) • Heat-transfer. The process is automatized and fully integrated in the FINE™/Open environment. GE-E3 blade The computation is set as 2D and non-rotational. What are the benefits? Flexibility • User-interaction with FINE™/Open • Adaptation to your modeling requirements cost/Time efficiency • Fast and easy integration of your physical models • Benefit from NUMECA’s CFD industrial environment and features (HPC. modification of optical properties. advanced numerical methods) • No programming knowledge is needed • Free access for the entire FINE™/Open community OpenLabs GUI used to introduce the physical models. A transport equation for the soot mass fraction with a nucleation and oxidation source term is introduced with OpenLabs. 10 11 .OpenLabs Customize and Add Your Own CFD and Physical Models Examples of Applications with OpenLabs What Can Be Done? Free customization on • Transport equations: How? • Define and plug models from a GUI without the need Example: Imposing an unsteady inlet boundary condition.0) @ Period= 60. meshing capabilities.g.diffusion . parallelization. The time evolution of the static pressure over one period is observed. unsteady boundSave the resource -file Resourcefile Text Control-file CREATOR Compilation script Where: Po-bg relative total pressure at inlet. combustion. take GUI Controlfile C++ code Dynamic lib binary soot into account) • Multi-phase (e. GE-E3 blade with an unsteady inlet boundary.7 @ CONSTANT: B ->Value: 10 @ CONSTANT: TA ->Value: 20230 @ CONSTANT: A ->Value: 4.10)) ->ExistingBC: “Absolute Total Pressure” . CFD solutions are obtained with identical computing and memory costs (equation of state and transport properties) • Output/post-processing These functionalities allow the addition and customization of cFD and physical models for: • Initialization of unsteady solutions.0 . which is dependent on physical time t Example: Soot Formation modeling (Khan & Greeves) to worry about programming details or code structure • A dynamic library is automatically built and loaded at convection . 223332.g. the formula below is used to give the relative total pressure at blade inlet.0 ->TypeSolidBoundaryCondition: Neumann ->TypeInletBoundaryCondition: Dirichlet ->TypeOutletBoundaryCondition: Neumann =>AlGEBRAIC_DIFFUSION_COEFFICIENTS @ AlGDIFFCOEFF: YsootDiffCoeff ->EXPRESSION: EddyViscosity/PrSoot => SOURCETERMS @ SOURCE: SourceSoot ->EXPRESSION: B*Pressure*Xfuel*exp(-TA/Temperature) A*Density*Ysoot*Turbk/Epsilon =>CONSTANTS @ CONSTANT: PrSoot ->Value: 0. A turbulent ethylene flame is simulated with the non-premixed combustion model and the P1 radiation model available in FINE™/ Open.0 OpenLabs meta-language sample for the specification of an unsteady boundary condition of the inlet absolute total pressure.0 @ PI=4*atan(1. OpenLabs meta-language sample for soot formation modeling. pollutant formation • Radiation (e. row_2_flux_1_Main_ Blade_upStream_inlet ary conditions • Turbulence (e.15 * pow((sin(n*tCoord/2+PI*Time/Period)).
View controls 6. fans. • non-axisymmetric hub/shroud. wind-turbine or propellers. • Full undo/redo capability. wind-turbine. • User defined parameters. FINE™/Design3D integrates in a user-friendly interface. Contextual Menus 4. compressor. genetic algorithms artificial intelligence. centrifugal. • Tool analysis for blade and meridional contour. • blade profile. design of experiments techniques and efficient optimization algorithms. pump. • Dependency between parameters decreasing the size of optimization parameters. fan. • And much more! Initial FINE™/Design3D FINE™/Design3D is highly integrated 3D optimization tool designed to improve the performance of rotating and turbomachinery blades. • large variety of turbomachinery parametric models. Undo / redo functions 3D turbine multi-points optimization Initial Optimized Mixed flow fan stage optimization Number of blades and separation zones (red area) are improved Applications Blade Re-cut Non-axisymmetric hub/shroud User-defined parameters Torque Converter optimization KAPLAN Turbine optimization 12 FINE™/Design3D covers a large range of applications including multi-stage axial. • profile stacking. Model editor 2.autoBlade™ & FINe™/Design3D 3D Design and Optimization Rotating Machinery Multipoint and Multi-Objective Optimization AutoBlade™ AutoBlade™ is an advanced and easy-to-use 3D parametric modeler dedicated to the design of rotating and turbo-machinery blades including: • Conversion of CAD models to a fully parametric definition. turbine. radial and mixed-flow compressor. It allows designers to break the limit of traditional design rules and explore the concept of computer-based 3D innovative design. • Fitting module to “import” an existing geometry • Interactive graphical edition of the design parameters. 3D Compressor blade multi-points optimization AutoBlade Easy-to-Use GUI including: 1. pumps. Customizable 3D view 5. • technological effects. 13 . Analysis tools 7. • splitter blades. radial. Interactive 3. turbine. Turbocharger innovative guide vane profile (“Courtesy BOSCH MAHLE Turbosystems”) Optimized Pre-defined parameter templates for various configurations: axial. • Parametric variables for: • end walls. the 3D parametric blade modeler AutoBladeTM.
Comp.FINe™/marine Solutions for the Marine Industry Dedication – Accuracy – Integration for Naval Architects Refined grid (3. Van Oossanen & Associates b. we have been using 3 different CFD codes.g. Bottom: details on mesh of aft ship of a generic inland vessel. Top: details on mesh of stern appendages of a hopper-dredger (Courtesy of IHC Holland Dredgers b.Propeller Interaction Example of adaptive mesh refinement – Virtue Container Ship (Froude 0.). Advanced Turbulence Modelling for Accurate Wake Capturing Exp. superstructures) is a pleasurable experience – much more advanced than common meshing tools.v.v. Isowake at propeller plane with Explicit Algebraic Stress Model (EASM) and grid refinement versus KRISO experiments. FINE™/Marine is the first code that gave us confidence in the use of CFD tools. Original grid (3. Piet Van Oossanen. Automatic Grid Adaptation Specific Interface Capturing Algorithms for Accurate Free Surface Resolution Exp. Some applications with FINe™/marine 15 . the incompressible RANS FINE™/Marine solver and the flow visualization and analysis system CFView™.v.272). Wind Effects (Courtesy of Van Oossanen and Associates) HEXPRESS™ for High Quality Full-Hex Complex Geometries Meshing Efficient Real Scale Assessments Success Story: “For the last 8 years. CFD Comp. Oblique wedge impact.07M cells) 6 DOF Motion & grid deformation for accurate wave breaking capturing Sliding Grid for Hull . Meshing with HEXPRESS™. although not without problems in the case of really complex bodies (e. FINE™/Marine combines the powerful full-hex automated unstructured mesh generator HEXPRESS™.” 14 Dr. Model Scale (TOP) and Real Scale (BOTTOM) CFD Result.88M cells) FINE™/Marine FINE™/Marine is a Flow Integrated Environment incorporating High-Fidelity and Automated CFD Simulation dedicated to Naval Architecture. Mean of wave elevation – KCS ship (Tokyo CFD workshop 2005) Iso-contours of streamwise velocity-sliding grid computation on Hamburg test case with INSEAN propeller.). Real Scale on sea test result (LEFT) & CFD Result (RIGHT) (Courtesy of IHC Holland Dredgers b. Temporal mean of wave elevation – fixed DTMB 5415 in head waves (exp. with results never differing much from experimental values. by IIHR).
while below the case of a force applied horizontally 17 . Evaluation of the transfer function between a structural force applied on an oil sump and the radiated sound power. On the top is shown the case of a force applied in the vertical direction. computed starting from measured vibrations. Coupled FEMBEM. Sound Power radiated by a vibrating engine. perforated tubes. Key features: • • • • • Key functionalities: • Easy integration in any CAE NVH chain • Advanced 3D interpolation for importing velocity Random Vibroacoustics PSD evaluation of accelerations and stress due to a diffuse acoustic source Vibro-acoustic Aero-acoustic Parallel/distributed solver CAE Interfaces Direct import of FINE/Open. load cases • Post-processing: Tl (multi input multi output systems). Results reported in terms of PSD and RMS acoustic quantities (right) as well as PSD of structural accelerations (middle) that are compared with measurements in a semi anechoic chamber. Fast multi-domain analysis. FEM solver. Results compared with acoustic measurements and another BEM code (Courtesy of the University of Kentuky) Transmission Loss evaluation of complex mufflers Bulk and locally reacting absorbing materials. mesh size reduction.VNoise Integrated CFD-Vibro/Aero-acoustic Solution Integrated solution A scalable tool for aero-vibro-acoustic analysis allowing simple pre-design calculations as well as detailed large scale analysis of coupled aero-vibro-acoustic problems over a network. with perforated tubes (left). fixing non conforming meshes. Comparison between measured TL curve (blue) and VNoise results (red) is showed on the right. Virtual impedance tube Structural mesh of an automotive oil sump (left) as automatically processed by the Shrink-Wrapping algorithm in order to obtain a suitable acoustic BEM mesh for sound radiation (right) Acoustic fatigue analysis for a Solar Array. Eigenvalues • Full coupling with structural modal equations. specific tools for Tl evaluation Intake system: Structural mode automatic projection from the structural FEM mesh (right) into the acoustic mesh (left) Acoustic Transfer functions Structural – acoustic transfer function evaluation for an automotive oil sump Modular Approach for Aero-acoustics analysis: Import CFD results Define source and propagation area Create acoustic mesh for source and propagation region Postprocessing Execute FEM/BEM analysis for propagation region Calculate tonal and/ or non-tonal sources using FWH and/or FlowNoise Courtesy of ElASIS Flow – Chart of a general aeroacoustic analys with VNoise. Intensity. Perforated tubes. Symmetries. soundpower. Propagation with mean flow (BEM-FEM) • locally and bulk reacting absorbers. On the right is shown the acoustic mesh. • Batch command files • Direct import of FINE™/Open and FINE™/Turbo results Engine Radiation Sound power evaluation and Velocity contribution Vectors for fast engine run-up analyses core Technologies: • Direct and indirect BEM formulations. CFD analysis was conducted on the rotating FAN and then the results were imported in VNoise where the FWH modules was used coupled with the BEM solver 16 Transmission loss analysis for an automotive muffler composed by three chambers. FINE/Turbo and NlH results distribution and structural modes from the structural mesh into the acoustic mesh • Fully automatic mesh coarsening coupled with advanced 3D interpolation for easy data exchange and manipulation • Automatic shrink-wrapping for hole closure. etc. Frequency response. Random vibroacoustics. and on the left the transfer function obtained by VNoise (blue) is compared with other numerical results (red). Structural modes imported in VNoise (left) and used to start a coupled vibro-acoustic analysis with a diffuse acoustic source described with VNoise principal component analysis feature. Multi domain and Mixed domain. The modular approach with identification of source and propagation regions and the use of specific modules for each step makes complex analyses affordable in an industrial context Tonal Noise radiation from a centrifugal FAN.
Pitch-wise averaged pressure ratio radial distribution.Efficient aero-acoustics Prediction Ffowcs-Williams-Hawking (FWH) Approach Far field Noise Propagation Non-Deterministic Simulations Managing Uncertainties and Risks within NUMECA’s CFD Simulation Process Cost Efficient NLH for Noise Source & Nearfield Acoustics Generation Operational and geometrical uncertainties in the CFD simulation: • Tolerances of manufacturing • Uncertainties on inlet and boundary conditions • Model uncertainties • ‘Incompressible’ numerical errors • etc. 19 . based on sliding grids. Error bars represent variation of standard deviation σ. (right) NACA0012 Airfoil Courtesy TU DElFT Re=3. Counter-rotating open rotors 18 available in coming releases: • Ducting influence in propagation: linearized Euler Equations (lEE) approach • Broadband noise via lES simulation Output: The airfoil pressure coefficient & its standard deviation. Angle of Attack: 3 degrees Geometrical uncertainties: • Uncertain relative Noise spectrum at observer location thickness. Error bars represent variation of standard deviation σ.106. NASA Rotor 37 DucTeD FaN . Shock locations are observed with larger uncertainty(right).Nacelle Nearfield Acoustic Waves of Fan. Node locations (left). larger uncertainty at low mass-flow. larger uncertainty near tip. takes 2 months on 200 processors with other methods Permeable FW-H surface Operational uncertainty: Uncertain Outlet Static Pressure. Pressure ratio versus mass flow compressor map. OPeN ROTOR 4 million grid points mesh 11 hours on 6 processors (NLH computation) Similar unsteady simulation. Pressure distribution around mid-span blade profile. • Uncertain camberline. Nacelle & Ground (NlH – 24 hours for 3 millions cells on 16 cores machine) Operational uncertainty: Uncertain Inlet Total Pressure profile.
FINe™/Open for combustion & Radiation modeling Robust. Accurate and Reliable Modules for All Types of Combustion Full Hex HEXPRESS™ Mesh of an Aero Engine Combustor FGM . abatic flames (radiative heat loss) • Spray combustion > Radiation modeling: Partially Premixed combustion modeling: • First Order Spherical Harmonics Method (P1) • Emission Model for optically thin media • Finite Volume Method (FVM) for radiative heat transfer • Weighted-Sum-of-Grey-Gases (WSGG) method for • Mixture fraction/progress variable approach • Two modeling methods available: • Flamelet Generated Manifold technique • Hybrid BMl/Flamelet model > the determination of optical properties > modeling Pollutant Formation: z z z Premixed combustion modeling: • NOx postprocessing module (thermal) • Soot models: • One equation model of Greeves & Khan • Two equation model of Moss & lindstedt • Progress variable approach for flame front tracking • Zimonts‘ Turbulent Flame Speed Closure Modeling of the Reactive Flow in Premixed Combustors Modeling the Combustion Process and the Radiative Heat Transfer in Furnaces Sydney/Sandia Bluff-body Stabilized Flame (Experiment and simulated flow fields) r r r 20 This shows the streamlines coloured with the temperature of the simulated flow field in DLR Stuttgart’s model combustor. NUMECA’s combustion table generation tool. The computation was carried out using Zimont’s modeling approach for premixed combustion processes.Flamelet Generated Manifold Approach: NUMECA ’s Unique Feature for Improved Modelling Simulation of the Reactive Flow in a Combustion Chamber > applications • Simulation of furnaces • General non-premixed or partially premixed gaseous combustion processes • Aero-engine combustors • Gas turbine combustors Attached Flame Lifted Flame Easy to Use GUI for Combustion and Radiation Modelling Combustion Look-up Table Automatically Generated full-Hex Mesh RANS Flamelet FGM Progress Variable FGM table created with TABGEN/Chemistry. The temperature field was obtained using a non-premixed flamlelet method coupled with the P1 radiation model FGM: Flamelet Generated Manifold 21 . The plot shows the temperature manifold in dependence of the mixture fraction and the progress variable TU Darmstadt’s Generic Gas Turbine Combustor > > Non-Premixed combustion modeling: • Mixture fraction approach • Tabulated chemistry method • Enthalpy defect method for simulation of non-adi- multi-species framework for general reactive flow simulations Non-premixed Combustion GUI Partially-premixed Combustion GUI • Finite rate chemistry • Eddy dissipation modeling approach > Accurate and Reliable Predictions with the FGM Method Experiment Temperature OH Velocity magn. Simulated temperature field in the IFRF glass melting furnace.
The wake is well captured by FINE™/Turbo barotropic cavitation law. Sharp discontinuity captured at the bubble frontier. water. main air constituents. noble elements DELFT Hydrofoil Cavitating flow showing bubble detachment captured by FINE™/Turbo barotropic cavitation law. Cavitating flow on marine propeller. 22 23 . Courtesy TU Delft. refrigerants. Evolution of the wave shape with time Perfect Gas. Fire simulation with FINETM/Open volumic heat source model Cavitating flow of R114 liquid on 4° Venturi (Thermo table approach). Experimental results courtesy INSEAN Italy. Real fluid modeling Barotropic Model for Cavitating Flow Multiphase flow – Lagrangian particle tracking approach one or two way coupling • TABGEN.multifluid & multiphase Flows Porous Media for Flow in the Nuclear Reactor Lagrangian particle tracking in turbomachines A Large Range of Models to Cover all CFD Applications and Physics VOF Model for Free Surface flow User Defined Fluid Properties Streamlines of relative particle velocities in a turbine (stator-rotorstator configuration) TABGEN: User Generated Thermodynamic Table for Multiphase & Multifluid Thermodynamic & Transport Properties Lagrangian Particle Tracking for Separators Broken Dam Problem with the free surface VOF model. Volumic Heat Sources for FIRE Simulation Particle velocity streamlines with fluid axial velocity contour field and iso-lines of particle diameter at location of complete evaporation. Ideal gas with Cp(T). Thermodynamic table generation tool for Modeling of Evaporating Sprays complex real Fluids and mixture definition based on the NIST-REFPROP database. • 84 pure fluids & mixtures with up to 20 components: Compressible Cavitating Flows typical natural gas constituents. Mean number diameter of initially mono-dispersed evaporating droplet spray. Compressibility effects are well taken into account here. hydrocarbons.
Superior Solutions with Non-Linear-Harmonic (NLH) approach 2 Orders of Magnitude Gain in CFD Turn-Around Time NLH METHOD for Large Scale Multi-Stage Turbomachinery Unsteady Flow One passage mesh only: less memory and affordable CPU time NLH for Flow Distortion Flow distortion in external and internal flow NLH for Mechanical Analysis Direct mapping of pressure amplitude & phase for FEA analysis NLH Method for Casing Treatment (Courtesy lFA TU-München). Result (in black dot) is confirmed by full unsteady computation (in white dot). NlH compared to full unsteady with reference to quasi-steady mixing plane in logarithmic scale.unsteady Phenomena Predicted in Hours. Efficiency is better at this clocking angle. 24 2 orders of magnitude gain in CPU time. NLH METHOD for Clocking Analysis Only one run for the whole clocking spectrum Stator 1 and Stator 2 are aligned Non Linear Harmonic (NLH) CPU Time – 3D Radial Turbine NLH for Aero-Acoustics Counter-Rotating Open Rotor near field acoustics signature Solution after rotation of the stator 1 by 80% of its pitch. 25 .
FINE™/Open & AutoMesh-4G™ Offer Flexibility in Handling Cooled Turbine & Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) Flows Full meshing flexibility in automesh-4G™ by: • Parametric design and meshing in AutoGrid5TM. Fully Hexahedral Unstructured Mesh (HEXPRESS™) CHT CHT simulation compared to test result. Blade surface temperature. 1999) AutoGrid5™ allows easy positioning of local source & sink locations: single hole. 1 stage (IGV + Rotor). Local Source & Sink Terms for Film Cooling No meshing of the channels is required Full mesh cooling module cooling module Full mesh Extremely Complex Configuration Meshing in HEXPRESS™/Hybrid experiment : red dots cooling/Bleed : blue continuous line Full mesh : blue dotted line Cooling Module and Full mesh flow configurations give similar results. • Fully hexahedral unstructured meshing in HEXPRESSTM. Rich options for solving Turbine conjugate Heat Transfer by meshing real geometry or by source/sink terms without channel meshing. line of holes or slots Cooled Turbine Parametric Design and Automatic Meshing in AutoGrid5™ Internal cooling passages. (Case Duden. FINE™/Open with HEXPRESS™ provide high quality full hexa unstructured resolution of cooled turbine phenomena. 26 conjugate Heat Transfer simulation is made “simple” with non-matching interfaces between solid-fluid and fluid-fluid blocks for higher quality of mesh 27 . Mark II turbine test case Streamline and temperature in fluid and solid body. 20 million cells on 45-core cluster. • Extremely complex configuration meshing in HEXPRESSTM/ Hybrid. solid body and external blade main channel meshing (AutoGrid5™) Increasing blowing ratio Interactive and easy-to-use graphical user interface.cooling Flow and Thermal effects in Turbomachinery All Hexahedral Cooled Channel Structured Mesh FINE™/Turbo.
Fluid Structure Interaction Automated Full-Hex Mesh for Quick CFD Turn Around & Accurate Refueling Simulation HEXPRESS™/Hybrid Hex Dominant Parallel Meshing of Hyper-Complex Full Aircraft Configuration in Hours Passenger Comfort Analysis HVAC in an aircraft cabin Hypersonic Flow HEXPRESS™ full-Hex mesh of a wing-box fuel tank for refueling simulation High-Lift Device Design Flutter Analysis Flutter Analysis: FSI coupling of FINE™/Open and an FEA code through MPCCI Very fast accurate aerodynamic performance of transonic. 28 Aircraft configuration study: Open Rotor-Fuselage interaction (top left). Pylon-Open rotor interaction (top right). Wingbody interaction (bottom right) 29 . Ground effect at take-off (bottom left). Internal.angle of attack High-lift devices performance at low speed configuration CPU Booster: Convergence at 50 cycles. supersonic & hypersonic flows with CPU-Booster Alpha=10° Alpha=31° Fast and Accurate Prediction of Aerodynamics of Passenger Airliner Extended Range of Capabilities for Aircraft Installation and Integration Lift vs. Thermal.NUMECA CFD Solutions for aerospace applications Broad Range of Applications: External. Low Speed. High Speed.
employing free-surface and splash.NUMECA CFD Solutions for the automotive Industry Increase Your Productivity by at Least One Order of Magnitude Breakthrough in Full Automatic Meshing with HEXPRESS™/Hybrid NO CAD Cleaning ... External Aerodynamics Zooms on different parts of the buggy 30 Buggy (24 million cells) 31 .NO Surface Mesh Standard approach: NUMECA CPU Booster combined with the agglomeration multigrid allows for running with CFL 1000 in around 50 cycles for complete car geometries! This translates in a gain of at least one order of magnitude in convergence time! Hydroplaning Hydroplaning simulation of a tyre. plus particle tracking within the grooves Days / weeks of engineering time Breakthrough in CFD Solution with FINE™/Open • Full Second Order Accurate solution • Agglomeration multigrid • CPU Booster Numeca’s solution: F1 (40 million cells) Hours with HEXPRESSTM/Hybrid Thermal Flow in a Cabin Heat Transfer Flow over a motor bloc Hyper-Complex Configuration Meshing HEXPRESS™/Hybrid allows meshing of complete car configurations .
NUMECA Solutions for the Wind Turbine Industry Breakthrough in Full 3D Wind Turbine Blade Optimization with FINE™/Design3D • Multi-point and multi-objective optimization • Fully automatic process with no user intervention • Optimization featuring Design of Experiments. Wind speed prediction for wind turbine placement in urban environment FSI .5 MW twist distribution optimized blade with a gain in annual energy production between 5 and 10%. Artificial Neural Network and Genetic Algorithms • Powered by autoBlade™.Enhancing the torsional flexibility of the blade by optimal selection of the composite fiber orientation 32 33 . 3D parametric blade modeler with pre-defined template for Wind Turbine Black: Optimized Blade Red: Initial Blade 3D flow features at high wind speed Breakthrough in 3D Wind Turbine Meshing: Full automatic all hexahedra cells meshing in minutes with autoGrid5™ 2. Simulation of Terrain Effects on Wind Farm Energy Production with FINETM/Open Fluid Structure Interactions • Strong fluid/structure interaction with FINETM/FSI-Oofelie • Modal approach in FINETM/Turbo • Coupling to FEA commercial or in-house tools through MPCCI advanced applications: • Complex configuration • Cross wind in single blade passage • Unsteady flow simulation • Vibration • Flow generated noise Breakthrough in Flow Simulation Computing Time: Fully accurate solution in about 50 cycles with CPU Booster.
000 Before After Optimized blade and comparison of Blade Sections (initial in red & optimized in green) 5 > 1000 CPU cost comparison for Non-linear Harmonic and Sliding Grid simulation with reference to Steady Mixing Plane simulation. guide vane and runner (AutoGrid5™ .5 Gb 500 Sliding Grid 15.mesh generated in a few minutes on a standard PC) Full 3D Blade Optimization with FINE™/Design3D Advanced Cavitation Modelling Non-Linear Harmonic Mesh size RAM Iterations CPU Time w.r. Steady Mixing Plane 900. Centrifugal Pump .000.Advanced CFD and Optimization Solutions for Hydro engineering High Quality all Hexahedra Cells Meshing with AutoGrid5™ and HEXPRESS™ Non Linear Harmonic Method: A Major Breakthrough in Unsteady CFD Simulations • Accurate Rotor/Stator interactions • Single passage mesh simulations • Accurate unsteady solution with low number of harmonics (Blade Passing Frequencies) • Reconstruction in time of the solution Unstructured mesh for spiral casing and distributor (HEXPRESS™ .000 7.t.< 1 hour CPU time for 1 million cells) Comparison of Non-linear harmonic and sliding grid simulation: instantaneous Blade pressure distribution and pressure fluctuation amplitude through FFT Structured mesh for Francis Turbine stay vane.5 Gb 40.Cavitation increase on suction side of the impeller with decreasing NPSH 34 35 .000 1.
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