ANSYS CFX Tutorials

Chapter 1: Introduction to the ANSYS CFX Tutorials

Chapter 2: Simulating Flow in a Static Mixer Using CFX in Stand-alone Mode
This tutorial includes:
2.1.Tutorial Features
2.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
2.3. Preparing the Working Directory
2.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
2.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
2.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
This tutorial simulates a static mixer consisting of two inlet pipes delivering water into a mixing vessel;the water exits through an outlet pipe. A general workflow is established for analyzing the flow of fluid into and out of a mixer.

Chapter 3: Simulating Flow in a Static Mixer Using Workbench
This tutorial simulates a static mixer consisting of two inlet pipes delivering water into a mixing vessel;
the water exits through an outlet pipe. A general workflow is established for analyzing the flow of fluid into and out of a mixer using ANSYS Workbench.
This tutorial includes:
3.1.Tutorial Features
3.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
3.3. Preparing the Working Directory
3.4. Setting Up the Project
3.5. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
3.6. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
3.7.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post 
For introductory information about ANSYS Workbench, see ANSYS CFX in ANSYS Workbench in the CFX Introduction.

Chapter 4: Flow in a Static Mixer (Refined Mesh)
This tutorial includes:
4.1.Tutorial Features
4.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
4.3. Preparing the Working Directory
4.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
4.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
4.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 5: Flow in a Process Injection Mixing Pipe
This tutorial includes:
5.1.Tutorial Features
5.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
5.3. Preparing the Working Directory
5.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
5.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
5.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 6: Flow from a Circular Vent
This tutorial includes:
6.1.Tutorial Features
6.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
6.3. Preparing the Working Directory
6.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
6.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
6.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 7: Flow Around a Blunt Body
This tutorial includes:
7.1.Tutorial Features
7.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
7.3. Preparing the Working Directory
7.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
7.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
7.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 8: Buoyant Flow in a Partitioned Cavity
This tutorial includes:
8.1.Tutorial Features
8.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
8.3. Preparing the Working Directory
8.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
8.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
8.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 9: Free Surface Flow Over a Bump
This tutorial includes:
9.1.Tutorial Features
9.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
9.3. Preparing the Working Directory
9.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
9.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
9.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
9.7. Further Discussion

Chapter 10: Supersonic Flow Over a Wing This tutorial includes:
10.1.Tutorial Features
10.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
10.3. Preparing the Working Directory
10.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
10.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
10.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 11: Flow Through a Butterfly Valve This tutorial includes:
11.1.Tutorial Features
11.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
11.3. Preparing the Working Directory
11.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
11.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
11.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 12: Flow in a Catalytic Converter
This tutorial includes:
12.1.Tutorial Features
12.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
12.3. Preparing the Working Directory
12.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
12.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
12.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 13: Non-Newtonian Fluid Flow in an Annulus
This tutorial includes:
13.1.Tutorial Features
13.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
13.3. Background Theory
13.4. Preparing the Working Directory
13.5. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
13.6. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
13.7.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 14: Flow in an Axial Turbine Stage
This tutorial includes:
14.1.Tutorial Features
14.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
14.3. Preparing the Working Directory
14.4. Simulating the Stage with the Steady-State Frozen Rotor Model
14.5. Simulating the Stage with the Transient Rotor-Stator Model

Chapter 15: Reacting Flow in a Mixing Tube
This tutorial includes:
15.1.Tutorial Features
15.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
15.3. Preparing the Working Directory
15.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
15.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
15.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 16: Heat Transfer from a Heating Coil
This tutorial includes:
16.1.Tutorial Features
16.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
16.3. Preparing the Working Directory
16.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
16.5. Obtaining the Solution using CFX-Solver Manager
16.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
16.7. Exporting the Results to ANSYS

Chapter 17: Multiphase Flow in a Mixing Vessel
This tutorial includes:
17.1.Tutorial Features
17.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
17.3. Preparing the Working Directory
17.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
17.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
17.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 18: Gas-Liquid Flow in an Airlift Reactor
This tutorial includes:
18.1.Tutorial Features
18.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
18.3. Preparing the Working Directory
18.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
18.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
18.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
18.7. Further Discussion

Chapter 19: Air Conditioning Simulation
This tutorial includes:
19.1.Tutorial Features
19.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
19.3. Preparing the Working Directory
19.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
19.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
19.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
19.7. Further Discussion

Chapter 20: Combustion and Radiation in a Can Combustor
This tutorial includes:
20.1.Tutorial Features
20.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
20.3. Preparing the Working Directory
20.4. Simulating the Can Combustor with Eddy Dissipation Combustion and P1 Radiation
20.5. Simulating the Can Combustor with Laminar Flamelet Combustion and Discrete Transfer Radiation

Chapter 21: Cavitation Around a Hydrofoil This tutorial includes:
21.1.Tutorial Features
21.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
21.3. Preparing the Working Directory
21.4. Simulating the Hydrofoil without Cavitation
21.5. Simulating the Hydrofoil with Cavitation

Chapter 22: Modeling a Ball Check Valve using Mesh Deformation and the CFX Rigid Body Solver
This tutorial includes:
22.1.Tutorial Features
22.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
22.3. Preparing the Working Directory
22.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
22.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
22.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 23: Oscillating Plate with Two-Way Fluid-Structure Interaction
This tutorial includes:
23.1.Tutorial Features
23.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
23.3. Preparing the Working Directory
23.4. Setting up the Project
23.5. Adding Analysis Systems to the Project
23.6. Adding a New Material for the Project
23.7. Adding Geometry to the Project
23.8. Defining the Physics in the Mechanical Application
23.9. Completing the Setup for the Structural System
23.10. Creating Named Selections on the Fluid Body
23.11. Generating the Mesh for the Fluid System
23.12. Defining the Physics and ANSYS Multi-field Settings in ANSYS CFX-Pre
23.13. Obtaining a Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
23.14.Viewing Results in CFD-Post

Chapter 24: Optimizing Flow in a Static Mixer
DesignXplorer is a Workbench component that you can use to examine the effect of changing parameters in a system. In this example, you will see how changing the geometry and physics of a static mixer changes the effectiveness of the mixing of water at two different temperatures. The measure of the mixing effectiveness will be the output temperature range.
This tutorial includes:
24.1.Tutorial Features
24.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
24.3. Setting Up ANSYS Workbench
24.4. Creating the Project
24.5. Creating the Geometry in DesignModeler
24.6. Creating the Mesh
24.7. Setting up the Case with CFX-Pre
24.8. Setting the Output Parameter in CFD-Post
24.9. Investigating the Impact of Changing Design Parameters Manually
24.10. Using Design of Experiments
24.11.Viewing the Response Surface
24.12.Viewing the Optimization

Chapter 25: Aerodynamic and Structural Performance of a Centrifugal Compressor
This tutorial includes:
25.1.Tutorial Features
25.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
25.3. Preparing the Working Directory
25.4. Setting Up the Project
25.5. Defining the Geometry Using ANSYS BladeGen
25.6. Defining the Mesh
25.7. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
25.8. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
25.9.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
25.10. Simulating the Structural Performance Using Static Structural

Chapter 26: Axial Turbine Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Steam Predictions
This tutorial includes:
26.1.Tutorial Features
26.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
26.3. Preparing the Working Directory
26.4. Simulating the Equilibrium Phase Change Case
26.5. Simulating the Non-equilibrium Phase Change Case

Chapter 27: Modeling a Gear Pump using an Immersed Solid This tutorial includes:
27.1.Tutorial Features
27.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
27.3. Preparing the Working Directory
27.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
27.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
27.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 28: Drop Curve for Cavitating Flow in a Pump
This tutorial includes:
28.1.Tutorial Features
28.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
28.3. Preparing the Working Directory
28.4. Simulating the Pump with High Inlet Pressure
28.5. Simulating the Pump with Cavitation and High Inlet Pressure
28.6. Simulating the Pump with Cavitation and a Range of Inlet Pressures

Chapter 29: Spray Dryer
This tutorial includes:
29.1.Tutorial Features
29.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
29.3. Preparing the Working Directory
29.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
29.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
29.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 30: Coal Combustion
This tutorial includes:
30.1.Tutorial Features
30.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
30.3. Preparing the Working Directory
30.4. Simulating the Coal Combustion without Swirl and without Nitrogen Oxide
30.5. Simulating the Coal Combustion with Swirl and without Nitrogen Oxide
30.6. Simulating the Coal Combustion with Swirl and with Nitrogen Oxide

Chapter 31: Steam Jet
This tutorial includes:
31.1.Tutorial Features
31.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
31.3. Preparing the Working Directory
31.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
31.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
31.6.Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post

Chapter 32: Modeling a Buoy using the CFX Rigid Body Solver
This tutorial includes:
32.1.Tutorial Features
32.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
32.3. Preparing the Working Directory
32.4. Simulating the Buoy with Fully Coupled Mesh Motion
32.5. Simulating the Buoy with Decoupled Mesh Motion
32.6. Comparing the Two Cases Using CFD-Post

Chapter 33: Time Transformation Method for an Inlet Disturbance Case
This tutorial includes:
33.1.Tutorial Features
33.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
33.3. Preparing the Working Directory
33.4. Defining a Steady-state Case in CFX-Pre
33.5. Obtaining a Solution to the Steady-state Case
33.6. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
33.7. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
33.8.Viewing the Time Transformation Results in CFD-Post

Chapter 34:FourierTransformation Method for an Inlet Disturbance Case
This tutorial includes:
34.1.Tutorial Features
34.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
34.3. Preparing the Working Directory
34.4. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
34.5. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
34.6.Viewing the Fourier Transformation Results in CFD-Post

Chapter 35: Time Transformation Method for a Transient Rotor-Stator Case
This tutorial includes:
35.1.Tutorial Features
35.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
35.3. Preparing the Working Directory
35.4. Defining a Steady-state Case in CFX-Pre
35.5. Obtaining a Solution to the Steady-state Case
35.6. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
35.7. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
35.8.Viewing the Time Transformation Results in CFD-Post

Chapter 36: Fourier Transformation Method for a Transient Rotor-Stator Case
A single-stage turbomachinery configuration with pitch-change can be modeled using the Fourier
Transformation method. This method is particularly useful for modeling a large pitch-change configuration and when it is not possible to use Time-transformation method.
This tutorial includes:
36.1.Tutorial Features
36.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
36.3. Preparing the Working Directory
36.4. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
36.5. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
36.6.Viewing the Fourier Transformation Results in CFD-Post

Chapter 37:Fourier Transformation Method for a Blade Flutter Case
This tutorial includes:
37.1.Tutorial Features
37.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
37.3. Preparing the Working Directory
37.4. Defining a Steady-state Case in CFX-Pre
37.5. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
37.6. Obtaining a Solution to the Steady-state Case
37.7. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
37.8.Viewing the Fourier Transformation Blade Flutter Results in CFD-Post

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