CFD studies are brought to use for understanding the de-stratification phenomenon and flow profile because of employing HVLS Fans. This case study specifically focusses on the MRF capability in Ansys fluent to simulate such large geometries in rotation.
The primary objective of this case study is to analyze the effect of using nanoparticles in water (base-fluid) on heat transfer. To model nanoparticles in water in ANSYS Fluent, both the single phase as well as multiphase approach was used in this study and a comparison was made at the end.
Several research papers with different types of roughness in solar air heater have been examined by researchers in the past. This academic study highlights a sample casework involving rectangular ribs and the effect on Nusselt number (highlighting higher heat transfer) in comparative with smooth duct.
This case study simulates a typical linear spring connection and explains the technical spectrum of using spring connections in FEA studies. Non Linear spring segment is not a part of this study .