RAPID DESIGN OF COOLING FLOW PATHS FOR TURBOMACHINERY

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RAPID DESIGN OF COOLING FLOW PATHS FOR TURBOMACHINERY

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We present the rapid analysis and design of gas turbine cooling flow paths in turbine machinery. Internal cooling system pressure, flow rate, power and heat transfer distribution for ensuring effective film cooling on hot surfaces.

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MODELLING OF NATURAL CIRCULATION FLOW IN NUCLEAR REACTORS

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MODELLING OF NATURAL CIRCULATION FLOW IN NUCLEAR REACTORS

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In this webinar, we discuss several important principles to keep in mind when setting up a network for natural circulation flow conditions, and look into an example of a pebble bed reactor with natural circulation flow conditions.

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HVAC SYSTEMS SIMULATION

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HVAC SYSTEMS SIMULATION

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Join us for an introduction to the HVAC modelling capabilities in our new Flownex 2020 Release.
 
The 2020 Release expands the abilities of Flownex further in the HVAC field:
  • Extensive ASHRAE ducting component library
  • Integrated modelling of all system components (such as refrigeration equipment and heat rejection)
  • Make design choices and improvements (fan sizing, flow balancing)
  • Energy efficiency prediction
  • Define control modes & states
  • Perform safety analyses (contaminant tracking, purge times, condensation).

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MECHANICAL VENTILATOR SIMULATION AND CONTROL

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MECHANICAL VENTILATOR SIMULATION AND CONTROL

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An overview of simulating and controlling a Mechanical Ventilator is given in Flownex SE.

The following topics will be discussed:

  • Represent a ventilator as a pneumatic system
  • Model and control a ventilator in Flownex SE – Make use of the visualizations in Flownex to build an operator interface
  • Model different modes (VCV, PEEP, Vt etc.)
  • Answer important engineering design questions using Flownex SE
  • Design value and additional applications

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SIMULATION AND CONTROL OF A MECHANICAL VENTILATOR P.2

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SIMULATION AND CONTROL OF A MECHANICAL VENTILATOR P.2

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In this webinar we give an overview of simulating and controlling a Mechanical Ventilator in Flownex SE. The following topics are discussed:

  • Represent a ventilator as a pneumatic system
  • Model and control a ventilator in Flownex SE
  • Make use of the visualizations in Flownex to build an operator interface –
  • Model different modes (VCV, PEEP, etc.) –
  • Answer important engineering design questions using Flownex SE
  • Design value and additional applications

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CONTAMINANT TRACKING IN VENTILATION SYSTEMS

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CONTAMINANT TRACKING IN VENTILATION SYSTEMS

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We give an overview on simulating contaminant tracking for ventilation and flow systems in Flownex SE. The following topics are discussed:

  • HVAC system overview
  • How to set up trace elements in Flownex SE
  • Model contaminant tracking for ventilation systems with filtration and distribution
  • Use contaminant tracking in nuclear safety applications

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GAS TURBINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM MODELING

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GAS TURBINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM MODELING

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The 2018 Flownex release contains a new liquid-gas fluid type that allows you to simulate a mixture of air and oil. This along with Flownex’s large library of flow components allows you to model the complete lubrication systems of gas turbine engines.

In this webinar we briefly discuss the fluid dynamics theory related to a mixture of air and oil and how turbo-machinery lubrication systems can be modelled in the 2018 Flownex release.

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MODELING OF A SUPERCRITICAL CO2 CYCLE IN FLOWNEX

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MODELING OF A SUPERCRITICAL CO2 CYCLE IN FLOWNEX

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The webinar covers all major components in a sCO2 cycle, to various degrees of complexity. This will range from using performance charts to detailed system configurations. Steady state analysis and transient effects with control responses will also be highlighted. Various Flownex License holders are already using Flownex as their preferred tool for modelling sCO2 cycles, so be sure to join us on this exciting webinar.

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BENEFITS OF CO-SIMULATION BETWEEN ANSYS CFX AND FLOWNEX

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BENEFITS OF CO-SIMULATION BETWEEN ANSYS CFX AND FLOWNEX

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In this webinar we talk about the advantages of co-simulation ranging from reduced mesh sizes and increased simulation speed to system boundary conditions. Our special guest from CFX Berlin, Dr Andreas Spille will give us a short description on positive displacement machine modelling applications and how co-simulation proved to be a valuable solution to quickly obtain accurate results.

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Simulation Design Engineer

Marinus Potgieter

Engineering Marketing Manager

SPECIAL GUEST:

Dr Andreas Spille

CFX Berlin