Designing Turbomachines with CFD Tools
Turbomachines are rotodynamic machines used either to increase the pressure or enthalpy of fluids by spending or producing shaft work at the expense of fluid energy. Practically all branches of the engineering industry use turbomachines for various applications. The design and analysis of the turbomachines is now aided significantly — and usually completed — by computational fluid dynamics (CFD).
This webinar will focus on a variety of turbomachines, explores their hardware, models complicated passages and identifies the computational domains. Delivering dynamic case study demonstrations, we will discuss the governing partial differential equations (PDEs) for complex multiphysics problems — together with initial/boundary conditions — and highlight the numerical methods and use of Ansys tools for solving them.
- Discover how CFD helps you model complicated passages and identify computational domains.
- Learn how CFD solves complex PDEs for challenging multiphysics problems.