Ansys Fluent – Multiphase Flow (Free surface)

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March 10, 2020

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Chances are that your fluids simulation includes multiphase flows like boiling, cavitation, dispersed multiphase flows, immiscible flows and flows with particulates. Ansys CFD provides the widest range of sophisticated turbulence and physical models to accurately simulate the toughest challenges so you can confidently predict your product’s performance.

Many fluids simulations include multiphase flows. Whether you are designing a super-fast transport and need to counter ice build-up, developing a blood enzyme test, delivering and melting rare metallic powder compounds for additive manufacturing, or designing a filtration system to provide clean drinking water in a remote location, you are solving multiphase problems.

As we push the boundaries to improve our products and processes, we need to gain a better understanding of how liquids, solids and gases interact. Each of these varied multiphase challenges requires a different modelling approach. Our customers have been using Ansys CFD for over 40 years to achieve the widest range of accurate multiphase models and confidently predict their product’s performance. To truly understand your product, you must get your multiphase simulations right.

In this tutorial you will learn to simulate multiphase flow (free surface) using Ansys Fluent. This is a very easy tutorial for beginners to use this tool.

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