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ANSYS CFX – Centrifugal Pump


In this tutorial we show you the basic setup to simulate the pump impeller, you can follow the same steps for your own project.
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Readers Comments (15)

  1. very good!thank you!

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  2. Could you please specify the dimensions for the pump impeller,
    To my email Id,
    Thanks and regards

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  3. Please help me as this is regarding my BE project,
    I have carried out the cfx tutorial but need to validate the results
    Thanks and regards,
    Ameya bhagat

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  4. Namaste, I likes your video,but I have to learn everything about CFD analysis,why which options is selected if there is any book or your online tution system then contact me.

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    • Hi my friend, you can review ANSYS HELP, there is a lot of information about the options selected, Books about theory can be:
      Computational fluid dynamics by John Anderson
      An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Finite Volume Method by Versteeg & Malalasekera
      Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow by Suhas Patankar
      Regards

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  5. Rivaldo Mersis B April 4, 2017 @ 9:16 pm

    Hello, thank you for the tutorial video. It’s easy so i can learn Ansys from the basic. I have tried to download Pump.cgns file but i can not download due to interruption connection. I don’t really know, i thought the link is dead. Its also happen to these file, Centrifugal Pump – Rotational Periodicity and Centrifugal Pump – Cavitation. I hope you can give me solution or send me an email that attached those files. thank you.

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    • Hi my friend; thanks.
      Well, I check the link and all is good, Now I am uploading the file in *.rar, please you try again download, the new file has a size less. Regards

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  6. hi
    Many thanks for your work in uploading tutorials

    Now i got some idea about grid generation

    thank you

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  7. May i know when you mesh your model is it fully covered or the inlet and outlet is open end….when i do my simulation it has errors and does not run…i am wondering is it due to the open end of the inlet pipe and outlet pipe i have in my model..

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  8. Could you please where I can find the mesh file to download it and also how I can create a capping surface for the outlet

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