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Events and papers presented at Turbo Expo 2019. Updates for 2020 coming soon.

 Efficient Gas Turbine Combustor Meshing using ANSYS Fluent Mosaic

Efficient Gas Turbine Combustor Meshing using ANSYS Fluent Mosaic

Michael Tooley, Regional Product Manager, ANSYS

Accuracy and solution time are critical concerns in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations, and both are highly dependent on the characteristics of the mesh. New ANSYS Mosaic technology automatically connects different types of meshes with general polyhedral elements to easily create high-quality meshes for accurate solutions. Watch as we use new Fluent task-based workflows to create Mosaic mesh for a complex gas turbine combustor.

Using Simulation to Enhance Turbomachinery Additive Manufacturing

Using Simulation to Enhance Turbomachinery Additive Manufacturing

Jeff Bronson, Senior Applications Engineer, ANSYS

Additive manufacturing and 3-D printing are technologies that are turning the manufacturing world on its head. The ability to produce previously impossible shapes and manufacture parts that use less material than ever before have companies eager to get involved. Learn how simulation helps you to detect and prevent distortion, residual stresses and blade crashes. It determines the optimal process parameters and explores materials by simulating phase changes, microstructure, and thermomechanical properties.

Introducing a Pragmatic Approach to Modeling Blade Film Cooling

Introducing a Pragmatic Approach to Modeling Blade Film Cooling

Robin Steed, Lead Technical Product Manager, ANSYS

Now there is a fast, pragmatic approach to modeling blade film cooling. Instead of laboriously setting up and meshing the many separate injection holes, this new capability treats them as "virtual" boundary conditions to greatly simplify and speed the simulation. We will also introduce other recent ANSYS CFX enhancements including operating maps.

 

Conference Paper Presentations

Flow visualization of DPM-VOF-DPM simulation for a bearing cavity

Ignition sequence for a KIAI multi-burner

 

GT2019-90339 - Numerical Investigation of Ignition Sequence in a Multi-Burner Methane-Air Swirl Combustor Using Flamelet Generated Manifold Combustion Model

Pravin Nakod, Sourabh Shrivastava, Saurabh Patwardhan, Stefano Orsino, and Rakesh Yadav, ANSYS, Inc.

 

Simulation of an Aero-Engine Bearing Compartment Using Two-Way Transition Between Lagrangian Droplets and a Three-Dimensional Eulerian Liquid Film

Flow visualization of DPM-VOF-DPM simulation for a bearing cavity

 

GT2019-90146 - Simulation of an Aero-Engine Bearing Compartment Using Two-Way Transition Between Lagrangian Droplets and a Three-Dimensional Eulerian Liquid Film

Jean-Sebastien Dick, Pratt & Whitney Canada
Vivek Kumar, Pravin Nakod and Federico Montanari, ANSYS, Inc.

 

Numerical Investigation of Combustion Instabilities in a Single Element Lean Direct Inject (LDI) Combustor Using Flamelet Based Approaches

Instantaneous temperature contours for IDI combustor

 

GT2019-90878 - Numerical Investigation of Combustion Instabilities in a Single Element Lean Direct Inject (LDI) Combustor Using Flamelet Based Approaches

Saurabh Patwardhan, Pravin Nakod, Stefano Orsino, Carlo Arguinzoni, ANSYS, Inc.

 

Multi-Physics Simulation Based Approach for Life Prediction of a Gas Turbine Combustor Liner

Temperature (k) contours on a cut plane and liner for a gas turbine combustor for 100% thrust

 

GT2019-90897 - Multi-Physics Simulation Based Approach for Life Prediction of a Gas Turbine Combustor Liner

Sourabh Shrivastava, Prem Andrade, Vinay Carpenter, Ravindra Masal, Pravin Nakod, and Stefano Orsino, ANSYS, Inc.

 

Parametrized geometry (left) and exemplary response surface of efficiency for optimization (right)

Parametrized geometry (left) and exemplary response surface of efficiency for optimization (right)
GT2019-91408 - Automatic Numerical Analyses and Optimization of Operating Maps Applied to a Radial Compressor

Markus Wagner and Ralf Lampert ,Dynardo GmbH
Oliver Velde, Cfturbo GmbH
Johannes Einzinger, ANSYS Germany GmbH

 

GT2019-91310 - Accuracy Assessment of Steady and Unsteady Multistage High Pressure Compressor Simulations

GT2019-91310 - Accuracy Assessment of Steady and Unsteady Multistage High Pressure Compressor Simulations

Sebastian Lück, Andreas Kellersmann, Jens Friedrichs, and Christoph Bode, Institute of Jet Propulsion and Turbomachinery, TU Braunschweig
Stefan Kuntzagk, Lufthansa Technik AG
Guido Döbbener, ANSYS Germany GmbH

 

GT2019-90456 -  Hydro Francis Runner Stability and Forced Response Calculation

GT2019-90456 - Hydro Francis Runner Stability and Forced Response Calculation

Charles Seeley, Stuart Connel, Gwenael Hauet (GE) Sunil Patil, Andy madden, Laith Zori (ANSYS)

 

GT2019-90325 - Modeling of Combustor and Turbine Vane Interaction

GT2019-90325 - Modeling of Combustor and Turbine Vane Interaction

Ishan Verma and Laith Zori, ANSYS
Jaydeep Basani, Honeywell Technology Solutions
Samir Rida, Honeywell Aerospace

 

Instantaneous flame front for adiabatic and non-adiabatic wall conditions and different mesh resolution

Instantaneous flame front for adiabatic and non-adiabatic wall conditions and different mesh resolution
GT2019-91147 - Modeling of Turbulent Swirl Stabilized FLAME with Flamelet Generated manifold and Hybrid LES-RANS turbulence model

Ishan Verma, Rakesh Yadav, Patrick Sharkey, Shaoping Li, Ellen Meeks, ANSYS, Inc.

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