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1st Edition

An Introduction to ANSYS Fluent 2019

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ISBN 9781630573300
Published January 7, 2020 by SDC Publications
454 Pages

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Book Description

As an engineer, you may need to test how a design interacts with fluids. For example, you may need to simulate how air flows over an aircraft wing, how water flows through a filter, or how water seeps under a dam. Carrying out simulations is often a critical step in verifying that a design will be successful. In this hands-on book, you’ll learn in detail how to run Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations using ANSYS Fluent. ANSYS Fluent is known for its power, simplicity and speed, which has helped make it a world leader in CFD software, both in academia and industry.

Unlike any other ANSYS Fluent textbook currently on the market, this book uses applied problems to walk you step-by-step through completing CFD simulations for many common flow cases, including internal and external flows, laminar and turbulent flows, steady and unsteady flows, and single-phase and multiphase flows. You will also learn how to visualize the computed flows in the post-processing phase using different types of plots.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction  2. Flat Plate Boundary Layer  3. Flow Past a Cylinder  4. Flow Past an Airfoil  5. Rayleigh-Benard Convection  6. Channel Flow  7. Rotating Flow in a Cavity  8. Spinning Cylinder  9. Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability  10. Rayleigh-Taylor Instability  11. Flow Under a Dam  12. Water Filter Flow  13. Model Rocket Flow  14. Ahmed Body  15. Hourglass  16. Bouncing Spheres  17. Falling Sphere  18. Flow Past a Sphere  19. Taylor-Couette Flow  20. Dean Flow in a Curved Channel 

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