# Von Korman vortex analysis in ANSYS Fluent

A comprehensive course on Von Korman Vortex Analysis using Ansys Fluent. This course is highly suited for beginners

• Duration : 1 Month
• Domain : MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING, AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
• Benefits : A comprehensive course on Von Korman Vortex Analysis using Ansys Fluent. This course is highly suited for beginners
• Price : 30000

### What will you do in this project?

In this project, you will work on a Von korman vortex analysis. In this project you will,

• Design the blunt body and virtual 2D wind tunnel such that there is enough room for flow development in Spaceclaim
• Mesh taking into consideration y+ and refinement required to capture the wake
• Setup valid models and run the simulation for various reynolds number with proper reference values
• Calculate drag and lift coefficients using reports and monitor the residuals
• Analyse the strouhal number using the FFT plot

• Modelling the cylinder and setup of virtual 2D wind tunnel in Spaceclaim
• Meshing such that the physics is accurately captured
• Setting up the simulation in accordance with the experimentation
• Visualising the results using scalar and vector scenes
• Validating the results obtained with experimental results.

#### Project Highlights

##### The project is an advanced level project
• This project is useful for undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate students looking to understand how to setup an external aerodynamics simulation in ANSYS Fluent
##### Pre-requisites
• Need basic background in CFD and Aerodynamics
• Must be comfortable with setting up a case in ANSYS Fluent
##### Learning Outcome
• You will learn ANSYS Fluent
•  Understand the importance of a good mesh and the y+ value
• Difference between turbulence models and how they predict the results

## Von korman vortex analysis in ANSYS Fluent

This project deals with simulating the flow around a cylinder to visualise the von korman vortex street.  In order to perform this simulation, a computational domain will be defined in the form of a virtual wind tunnel. A steady & transient simulation has been ran to analyse the vortex street by calculating strouhal number using FFT plot . Then, the simulation has been carried out for various velocities to analyse the trend of aerodynamic forces with respect to reynolds number. Finally, the results will be compared with the experimental results to get an idea of which solution and turbulence models to use and fine tune the setup to provide the best results.

• You will learn the theory behind creating a virtual wind tunnel
• You will understand the meshing setup and requirement for prism layers and mesh refinement
• You will understand the basic theory behind Von karman vortex street
• You will analyse the variation of drag and lift with respect to reynolds number

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