Aim :- Performing Rayleigh Taylor instability between two immiscible liquid. Theory :- The Rayleigh–Taylor instability, or RT instability, is an instability of an interface between two fluids of different densities which occurs when the lighter fluid is pushing the heavier fluid. Examples…

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Week 9 - Parametric study on Gate valve.

Objective:

Aim:-Parametric study on Gate valve. Theory:- A gate valve, also known as a sluice valve, is a valve that opens by lifting a barrier (gate) out of the path of the fluid. Gate valves require very little space along the pipe axis and hardly restrict the flow of fluid when the gate is fully opened. The gate…

12 May 2021 12:01 PM IST

Week 8 - Simulating Cyclone separator with Discrete Phase Modelling

Objective:

Aim:- To perform analysis on cyclone separator and calculate the separation efficiency and pressure drop. Objective:- To perform an analysis on a given cyclone separator model by varying the particle diameter from 1 μm to 5 μm and calculate the separation…

06 Feb 2021 03:41 PM IST

Conjugate Heat Transfer Analysis on a graphics card.

Objective:

Aim :- Thermal(conjugate heat tranfer) analysis on a graphic card. Theory :- Thermal analysis is an important part of the design process, especially if modern, ultra-fast components are used. For example, FPGAs or fast A/D converters may easily dissipate several watts of power. Because of this, PC boards, enclosures…

18 Nov 2020 01:24 PM IST

Rayleigh Taylor Instability Challenge

Objective:

Aim :- Performing Rayleigh Taylor instability between two immiscible liquid. Theory :- The Rayleigh–Taylor instability, or RT instability, is an instability of an interface between two fluids of different densities which occurs when the lighter fluid is pushing the heavier fluid. Examples…

14 Oct 2020 11:41 AM IST

Exhaust Port Challenge

Objective:

Aim :- Exhaust gas thermal effect on Exhaust port using conjugate heat transfer. Theory :- The term conjugate heat transfer (CHT) is used to describe processes which involve variations of temperature within solids and fluids, due to thermal interaction between the solids and fluids. The exchange of thermal energy between…

16 Sep 2020 06:38 PM IST

SIMULATION ON CONJUGATE HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH SOLID PIPE.

Objective:

OBJECTIVE:- (I) TO SETUP SIMULATION ON CONJUGATE HEAT TRANSFER(CHT) IN SOLID PIPE . (II) TO RUN SIMULATION USING GRID DEPENDENCE TEST ON THREE GRIDS . …

03 Sep 2020 05:38 PM IST

Ahmed Body Challenge

Objective:

Aim :- Numerical simulations on the aerodynamics of the Ahmed body. Abstract :- The aerodynamic behaviour of the Ahmed body is investigated experimentally and numerically. The experiment cover the slant angles of `20^o` for ahmed body. The commercial CFD tool `Fluent^(TM)`v6.3.26 is tested for its…

27 Aug 2020 01:28 PM IST

Steady Vs Unsteady flow over a cylinder

Objective:

Aim :- Numerical simulation of laminar flow past a circular cylinder. Theory :- The given above topic mainly focuses on what happens when a laminar flow passes a circular cylinder, here my prime objective is to find out which phenomena actually happens at the wall of the cylinder. Since it would take a lot of time…

09 Aug 2020 02:20 PM IST

Mixing efficiency simulation in T-shape tube.

Objective:

Aim:- To perform mixing efficiency simulation in T-shape tube. Introduction:- The mixing process of hot and cold fluids in a tee junction is chaotic (turbulent) in nature and can result in high cycle thermal fatigue of the junction. This random quasi steady state phenomenon of hot and cold shocks can lead to fatigue…

01 Aug 2020 02:40 PM IST

SIMULATION OF OSCILLATION OF A 2-D PENDULUM BY USING SECOND ORDER ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION

Objective:

In this report, I have simulated the oscillation of 2D pendulum and also generate a plot of \'angular_displacement\' & \'angular_velocity\' vs \"time\" in octave. Consider a pendulum which is having a string of length of \'1metre\' connected to a ball of mass,m=1kg such that it is having fixed support from another…

08 Jul 2020 05:15 PM IST

SIMULATION OF 4V-SI8 SPARK IGNITION ENGINE USING CONVERGE STUDIO SOFTWARE

Objective:

OBJECTIVE:- (I) TO SETUP FULL HYDRO SIMULATION FOR THE PORT FUEL INJECTION ENGINE. (II) POST-PROCESSING OUTPUT FROM SIMULATION AND CALCULATING :- (A) COMPRESSION RATIO OF THE ENGINE. (B) COMBUSTION EFFICIENCY OF THE ENGINE. (C) TO DETERMINE POWER AND TORQUE OF ENGINE USING PERFORMANCE CALCULATOR. INTRODUCTION:- …

08 Jul 2020 05:07 PM IST

SIMULATION ON PRANDTL MEYER SHOCK PROBLEM AND ANALYSING THE EXPANSION WAVE.

Objective:

THEORY:- SHOCK WAVE :- IN PHYSICS , A SHOCK WAVE IS A TYPE OF PROPAGATING ADRUPTNESS OR DISTURBANCE THAT MOVES FASTER THAN THE LOCAL SPEED OF SOUND IN THE MEDIUM . LIKE AN ORDINARY WAVE , A SHOCK WAVES ALSO CARRIES ENERGY AND PROPAGATES THROUGH A MEDIUM BUT HAVE DISCONTINUITY IN IT\'S PHYSICAL PROPERTIES LIKE …

08 Jul 2020 05:03 PM IST

SIMULATION ON SHOCK TUBE AND PREDICTING OUT THE CHANGE IN PHYSICAL QUANTITY IN TUBE ON SHOCK

Objective:

OBJECTIVE:- (I) TO SETUP TRANSIENT SHOCK TUBE SIMULATION . (II) TO PLOT PRESSURE AND TEMPERATURE HISTORY IN ENTIRE DOMAIN . (III) PLOT THE CELL COUNT AS A FUNCTION OF TIME . THEORY :- THE SHOCK TUBE IS AN INSTRUMENT USED TO REPLICATE AND DIRECT BLAST WAVES AT A SENSOR OR A MODEL IN ORDER TO SIMULATE ACTUAL…

08 Jul 2020 02:15 PM IST

PROGRAM ON DERIVING FOURTH ORDER APPROXIMATION FOR DIFFERENT DIFFERENCE SCHEMES FOR SECOND ORDER DERIVATIVE

Objective:

In this programming, I have derived the four order approximation of second order derivative using finite difference method. In Finite difference method,we generally convert ordinary differential equation into difference equation. In order to achieve so, we use simple three techniques i.e Forward differencing, Backward…

04 Jul 2020 07:24 AM IST

TRANSIENT FLOW SIMULATION OVER A THROTTLE BODY

Objective:

OBJECTIVE:- STEADY STATE SIMULATION OF FLOW OVER A THROTTLE BODY . SOFTWARE USED :- 1. CONVERGE STUDIO:- TO SETUP THE MODEL. 2. CYGWIN:- FOR RUNNING THE SIMULATION. 3. OPENFOAM:- TO VISUALIZE THE DIFFERENT POST-PROCESSED RESULT. THEORY:- HERE, WE HAVE DONE SIMULATION OF FLOW OVER A THROTTLE BODY IN STEADY…

04 Jul 2020 07:15 AM IST

STEADY FLOW SIMULATION OVER A THROTTLE BODY.

Objective:

OBJECTIVE:- STEADY STATE SIMULATION OF FLOW OVER A THROTTLE BODY . SOFTWARE USED :- 1. CONVERGE STUDIO:- TO SETUP THE MODEL. 2. CYGWIN:- FOR RUNNING SIMULATION. 3. OPENFOAM:- TO VISUALIZE THE DIFFERENT POST-PROCESSED RESULT. THEORY:- HERE, WE HAVE DONE SIMULATION OF FLOW OVER A THROTTLE BODY IN STEADY STATE…

04 Jul 2020 07:01 AM IST

DERIVATION OF REYNOLDS AVERAGED NAVIER-STOKES EQUATION AND ANALYSIS OF THIS EQUATION

Objective:

NAVIER-STOKES EQUATION :- THE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATION IS A PARTIAL DIFFERENTIATION EQUATION WHICH IS USED TO DETERMINE FLOW IN THE INCOMPRESSIBLE FLUIDS. THESE EQUATIONS HELPS IN DETERMINING THE FLOW QUANTITIES FLOWING IN FLUID AND SOLVES MANY AMBIGIOUS PROBLEMS PREVAILING IN REAL WORLD. SIGNIFICANCE OF NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS:-…

03 Jul 2020 03:56 PM IST

Week 9 - Senstivity Analysis Assignment

Objective:

Aim :- To perform sensitivity analysis for Auto-Ignition in combustion using Cantera. Introduction :- Combustion in engines with a practical fuel is very complex and is commonly described by a detailed mechanism which may involve dozens or even hundreds of reactions. However, the detailed mechanism is not well understood…

29 Jun 2020 04:46 PM IST

Week 7 - Auto ignition using Cantera

Objective:

Aim:- To simulate Auto-ignition time for methane and Calculate Auto-ignition temperature. Introduction:- As we know that when a fuel is compressed or exposed to high temperature, it gets automatically ignited without any external source for ignition. So, when a fuel gets auto-ignited it takes some time commonly known as…

19 Jun 2020 06:47 PM IST

Week 6 - Multivariate Newton Rhapson Solver

Objective:

AIM :- TO SOLVE SET OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION USING MULTIVARIATE NETWON-RAPHSON TECHNIQUE. INTRODUCTION :- In this project, I have basically solved a set of ordinary differential equation using multivariate Newton-Raphson technique. Here, My aim was to analyse the effect of time- step on…

12 Jun 2020 06:25 PM IST

Week 5 - Compact Notation Derivation for a simple Mechanism

Objective:

Aim:- Derivation of simple reaction mechanism using compact notation. Introduction:- In the assignment, I have derive reaction mechanism for elementary reaction in chemical process. The motive behind deriving this reaction mechanism is to find out the chemical kinetics for elementary reaction which will help us in knowing…

06 Jun 2020 07:48 AM IST

Week 4 - Handling Mixtures with Cantera

Objective:

1. We know that for proper combustion of fuel and oxidiser, the combustion should take place in following given below chemical equation or Stoichiometric chemical equation:- CH4 + 2(O2 + 3.76N2) = CO2 + 2H2O + 7.52N2 But since we have reactants of chemical equation in following…

30 May 2020 07:27 PM IST

Week 4 - Combustion Efficiency Calculation after Preheating

Objective:

AIM :- I. TO ANALYSE THE EFFECT OF PREHEATING ON ADIABATIC FLAME TEMPERATURE . II. TO ANALYSE THE EFFECT OF PREHEATING ON COMBUSTION EFFICIENCY OF FUEL. INTRODUCTION :- Since We know that In today's world fuel consumption is increasing day by day. It have become must for us to use certain techniques…

30 May 2020 07:25 PM IST

SIMULATION OF FLOW THROUGH PIPE IN OPENFOAM BY USING SCRIPTING IN MATLAB SOFTWARE

Objective:

AIM:- IN THIS PROJECT SIMULATION IS DONE ON THE FLUID FLOW THROUGH PIPE USING OPENFOAM SOFTWARE AND MATLAB . THE TOPIC GIVEN BELOW IS COVERED IN THIS PROJECT. TO MAKE A PROGRAM IN MATLAB THAT CAN GENERATE MESH AUTOMATICALLY FOR ANY WEDGE ANGLE AND GRADING SCHEME. TO SHOW ENTRY LENGTH IS SUFFICIENT TO PRODUCE VELOCITY PROFILE.…

25 Mar 2020 04:38 AM IST

1-D SUPER-SONIC NOZZLE FLOW SIMULATION USING MACORMACK METHOD

Objective:

IN THIS PROJECT, I HAVE WORKED ON THE ONE DIMENSIONAL SUPERSONIC NOZZLE FLOW. IN THIS FLOW, I HAVE ASSUMED THE FLOW TO BE STEADY,ISENTROPIC. IN THIS NOZZLE, I HAVE CONSIDERED THE FLOW AT INLET SECTION COMES FROM RESERVOIR WHERE THE PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE ARE DENOTED AS `P_0` AND `T_0` RESPECTIVELY. THE…

14 Mar 2020 02:39 AM IST

COMPARISON OF WEDGE BOUNDARY CONDITION WITH SYMMETRIC BOUNDARY CONDITION AND HAIGEN-POISEUILLE EQUATION

Objective:

AIM:- IN THIS PROJECT SIMULATION IS DONE ON THE FLUID FLOW THROUGH PIPE USING OPENFOAM SOFTWARE AND MATLAB . THE TOPIC GIVEN BELOW IS COVERED IN THIS PROJECT. TO MAKE A PROGRAM IN MATLAB THAT CAN GENERATE MESH AUTOMATICALLY FOR ANY WEDGE ANGLE…

09 Sep 2019 02:17 PM IST

SIMULATION OF FLOW THROUGH THE BACKWARD FACING STEP BY USING BLOCKMESH IN OPENFOAM

Objective:

AIM :- IN THIS PROJECT, I HAVE WORKED ON SIMULATING THE FLOW OF FLUID THROUGH THE DOMAIN (CONTROL VOLUME). DESCRIPTION:- THE DOMAIN IS NOTHING ELSE, IT IS JUST A CONTROL VOLUME THROUGH WHICH I HAVE SIMULATED THE RESULT OBTAINED FROM THE GOVERNING EQUATION. THE CONTROL VOLUME IS A GEOMETRY WHERE THE WHOLE GEOMETRY…

13 Aug 2019 02:57 PM IST

PROGRAM ON FLOW OF HEAT IN THE RECTANGULAR SLAB (2-D DOMAIN) USING 2-DIMENSIONAL HEAT CONDUCTION EQUATION IN STEADY AND TRANSITION STATE

Objective:

In this project, I have worked on the simulation of conduction of temperature heat in two dimensional space (2D domain). The aim was to determine the rate of flow of heat due to temperature difference over the space domain under steady condition and transitional condition. The governing equation which…

10 Jul 2019 04:37 AM IST

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