Particle Flow & Two Phase Flow Simulation
The Design offers a complete range of CFD analysis, consulting services, training particle flow, and training two-phase flow simulation for engineering students.
Particle flow is a kind of two-phase flow in which one phase is present continuously, usually named carrier phase. And the other phase (particle phase) consists of small immiscible particles in the fluid flow.
There are three approaches for modeling particle-primary fluid interaction :
- One way – this model just calculates the effect of primary fluid flow on particle path.
- Two way – particle fluid flow and carrier fluid flow interact with each other simultaneously.
- Four-way. Like two way but also there is particle-particle interaction.
We are expertise in the field of discrete phase models, and we’ve done various projects in this field. DPM simulation has a different application like fuel spray, particle combustion, cyclone, scrubber, etc.
We use Ansys CFX and Ansys Fluent software package for modeling the discrete phase model. You can see some of our project that we use the DPM model :
- CFD simulation particle separator from gas using cyclone.
- CFD simulation from combustion engine using particle droplet combustion in two and four-stroke internal combustion engine.
- Simulation particle settling by the gravity body force.
- Wood combustion using the discrete phase model.
- Sand particle tracking in the pond riverside.
- Particle tracking in spray dryer using the DPM model.
- Simulation of using magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) body force for increasing performance of cyclon.
- Erosion modeling in the knee.
Particle flow occurs in many engineering problems. For instance, some of its application areas in the industry are as follows. Fluidized beds, carbon capture, electrostatic reciprocator, solid separator cyclones, etc. When investigating particle flow, we should take into account different phenomena. For example, the particles influence the overall properties of the fluid flow. They can change the heat transfer rate.
Moreover, different forces can affect particles. Forces such as electrical, electromagnetic, and the forces between particles themselves. Designers of mechanical systems have an interest in predicting the trajectory of particles in the fluid flow. This is also very prominent when in the fluid flow charged particles and electromagnetic fields are present simultaneously.
Ansys CFX and Ansys Fluent is a powerful CFD tool for the simulation of particle flows, and The Design workshop is ready to organize your projects in this field.
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