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Fluent. Introduction to CFD Analysis

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Fluent. Introduction to CFD Analysis
Fluent Inc. , 2002. 71 p. Introductory Fluent Notes Fluent v6.0
What is CFD?
Define Your Modeling Goals
Tri/Tet vs. Quad/Hex Meshes
Hybrid Mesh Example
Compute the Solution
Examine the Results
Solver Basics
Solver Execution
Mouse Functionality
Reading Mesh: Mesh Components
Scaling Mesh and Units
Models in Fluent 6 (1)
Models in Fluent 6 (2)
Material Types and Property Definition
Fluid Density
Solver Execution: Other Lectures.
Post-Processing
Post-Processing: Node Values
Reports
Solver Enhancements: Grid Adaption
Adaption Example: 2D Planar Shell
Adaption Example: Final Grid and Solution
Boundary Conditions
Defining Boundary Conditions
Locating Boundaries: Example
General Guidelines
Available Boundary Condition Types
Changing Boundary Condition Types
Setting Boundary Condition Data
Velocity Inlet
Pressure Inlet (1)
Pressure Inlet (2)
Pressure Outlet
Outflow
Modeling Multiple Exits
Wall Boundaries
Cell Zones: Fluid
Cell Zones: Solid
Internal Face Boundaries
Summary
Solver Settings
Outline
Solution Procedure Overview
Choosing a Solver
Initialization
Convergence
Convergence Monitors: Residuals
Convergence Monitors: Forces/Surfaces
Checking for Property Conservation
Decreasing the Convergence Tolerance
Convergence Difficulties
Modifying Under-relaxation Factors
Modifying the Courant Number
Accelerating Convergence
Accuracy
Mesh Quality and Solution Accuracy
Determining Grid Independence
Unsteady Flow Problems
Summary
Modeling Turbulent Flows
What is Turbulence?
Is the Flow Turbulent?
Choices to be Made
Modeling Turbulence
Modeling Approaches
RANS Modeling - Ensemble Averaging
Turbulence Models in Fluent
Large Eddy Simulation (LES)
Summary: Turbulence Modeling Guidelines
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