Did you know that AcuSolve V 2017 introduces new and automatic ways to specify turbulence model inputs in the Simple Boundary Condition Panel for Inflow and Farfield boundaries?
The turbulent transition process plays a critical role in the aerodynamic design of wind turbine rotors. Analysis tools such as Computational Fluid Dynamics must accurately predict the boundary layer transition process to be successfully applied to wind turbine design. Early work in the transition modeling field, performed by Langtry and Menter, focused on the coupling of a local correlation based transition model with the SST turbulence closure.
In this session, Madhura Karve will give overview of Altair’s Virtual Wind Tunnel (VWT) used for external aerodynamic analysis. Topics will include model preparation, design changes using morphing, solver technology (Navier-Stokes) and shape optimization.
The 14.0 release of the AcuSolve product suite continues to build on Altair’s class leading CFD solver technology. The 14.0 release provides improvements to AcuSolve’s moving mesh technology, new multiphysics coupling in the form of finite mass particle tracing, revised turbulence models, a newly developed tutorial guide, an expanded validation manual, and many other enhancements.
This report shows try to solve “Brain Blood flow behaviors” usingmeasured brain and blood tube surfaces data.
Actual blood tubes are perfectly connected but at the thin blood tubemost blood leaks into cells and so this simulation assumes after 4 level blanched blood tube are able to treat as porous materials which perfectly combined brain volumes.
By adapting typical blood pressure patterns at inlet of arteries, our simulation could get quite acceptable blood flow patterns in real brain and blood tube shapes.