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ANSYS FLUENT – Steady & Transient Simulation

The development of a transient simulation is not complicated, but may require a large computational cost depending on the magnitude of the simulation, there are transient simulations that can take weeks or even months, in those cases it is better to use a cluster or use the cloud. Here we show you the configuration for a transient simulation explaining some important terms to consider.

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Readers Comments (10)

  1. Please, give me your email.
    I would like to ask something.
    Have a nice day.

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  2. Hi,

    I am a Phd student in Therma Building, i use Fluent and i study a counter Flow Evaporative Cooler and i have a problem with two Adjacent Fluids : Water/Air,

    the calculation does not converge if there are two differents and adjacents fluids, but he do it when it is the same fluid.

    please can you Help me ?

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    • Hi friend, At this moment I still don’t have a tutorial about flow evaporative, I think that in the next month I will make it. Regards

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  3. Please send your email I want to send some attachments regarding my project

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  4. Hi, first… congratulation for this page and all the videos. I’m working on a simulation about cleaning surfaces. At first, I use SIMPLE method (First-order) until the residuals go lower and constant and then, I change a SIMPLE second order. I always have divergence, even if I change the method or not. I also tried to decrease the relaxation numbers, a finer mesh … but none. The only thing that works is to decrease the step size time to 1e-15! Do you have any advice? I’ve been like this for weeks …

    I’m from Chile so… I speak Spanish too.

    Thanks

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  5. Hi,

    I’m trying model time required to heat a coil of steel to temperature of 1200 c. The coil is with an average diameter of 1.4 m. Can I perform this using Fluent? Please help me I’m desperate. Thank you

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