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CFD for Combustion and Radiation Web Demonstration
Posted Wed April 03, 2002 @12:23PM
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News CFX will host a free web demonstration of how computational fluid dynamics software can be used to model combustion and radiation on April 4 at 2 pm EST.

The seminar will provide an introduction to combustion and radiation modeling capabilities within CFX, including Eddy Dissipation modeling, custom reactions features, flamelet model capabilities, liquid fuel modeling, coal combustion modeling, P1 radiation modeling for participating medium, surface-to-surface radiation modeling for non-participating medium, and finite volume radiation modeling for the most general range of radiation problems.

A demonstration will be given which includes the entire process of setting-up, running and analyzing a small industrial furnace. This will include:

  • import of IGES geometry
  • specification of fluid domain and relevant physics
  • application of boundary conditions
  • application of initial conditions
  • setting solver parameters
  • generating the unstructured mesh
  • running the solver
  • post-processing the results

    Finally, a questions and discussion session will be held which will allow participants to better understand how CFX can solve their specific problems. All that is required is Internet access and a telephone.

    Sorry, this web demonstration is only available in North America.

    To register, visit the seminar web site or contact Chris Reeves at info@cfx.aeat.com.


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