TwinMesh BlogTopics on Reliable CFD Simulation of Rotary PD Machines
CFX Berlin at 2016 Purdue Conferences : CFD Analysis of a Dry Scroll Vacuum Pump Including Leakage Flows
During the 2016 Purdue Conference on July 11-14 we had the opportunity to present two of our recent works on CFD of positive displacement machines. One popular topic was the industrial application of scroll machines. Find and read the full paper here!
Hugo Vogelsang Maschinenbau GmbH, one of Germanys top leading rotary lobe pump manufacturers, uses TwinMesh for their CFD analysis to improve performance, durability, and life time for their rotary lobe pumps.
One of our Master degree students evaluates whether the combination of TwinMesh grids and ANSYS CFX simulation are helpful for gear box lubrication analysis. Although there are only first results available yet I found this video quite amazing and therefore decided to share it here in this Blog.
In order to produce reliable computational fluid dynamics (CFD) results, the mesh resolution can have a severe impact on both, qualitative and quantitative simulation results.
In this short article we present data from three different cases where correct mesh resolution is inevitable. Read through the text, have a look at the data, and be stunned by the fact that a coarse mesh resolution and quality can give you poor and in the worst case unreliable results.
Video example for advanced postprocessing of screw compressor cfd results using script-based tracking of massless particles in ANSYS CFD-Post.
We are proud that the first international Masters’ Thesis using TwinMesh has been completed.
CFD simulation of a screw compressor incl. rotor heating – this article shows setup steps and results for the simulation of a dry screw compressor
Find out how easy mesh generation with TwinMesh works – we have recorded a video for you!
Find out more about the TwinMesh software for structured grid generation and our simulation approach and download our latest TwinMesh Introduction Webinar Slides.