VOFtoDPM simulation enables engineers to predict detailed atomisation characteristics of sprays in VOF, while reducing computational cost by transferring suitable droplets to DPM.
This webinar will look at current best practices and tips and tricks for VOFtoDPM simulation. This includes how to create an optimal initial mesh for a VOFtoDPM problem, VOFtoDPM settings, dynamic mesh adaption settings, and general considerations for predicting spray characteristics accurately. We’ll look at how the new mesh adaption framework, as well as the new droplet analyser and reduction tools, can be used to get the most out of your VOFtoDPM simulation.
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Paul Hutcheson, Lead Application Engineer
Paul received his MEng in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Surrey and continued to work toward his Ph.D. in CFD modeling of oil leakage sprays in a gas turbine engine, sponsored by Rolls-Royce. He worked for Pursuit Dynamics on spray and multiphase modeling for consulting projects including some FEA. While at ANSYS, he developed his Mechanical skills over a number of years and became an expert in FSI. Now a Lead Engineer at ANSYS he mainly focuses on technical support, training and working with development to test new features in FSI and Fluent spray modeling.