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  • CFX-Mesh Tutorials

    CFX-Mesh Tutorials

    Table of Contents

    Introduction to the CFX-Mesh Tutorials List of Features Legal Notices

    Tutorial 1: Static Mixer Introduction to CFX-Mesh Geometry Creation Geometry Modification Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 2: Static Mixer (Refined Mesh) Modifying the Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 3: Process Injection Mixing Pipe Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 4: Circular Vent Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 5: Blunt Body Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 6: Butterfly Valve Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 7: Catalytic Converter Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 8: Annulus Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

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    Tutorial 9: Mixing Tube Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 10: Heating Coil Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 11: Airlift Reactor Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 12: Room with Air Conditioning Geometry Creation Mesh Generation

    Tutorial 13: Can Combustor Geometry Import Mesh Generation

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  • Introduction to the CFX-Mesh Tutorials

    Introduction to the CFX-Mesh Tutorials

    The CFX-Mesh Tutorials are a set of tutorial examples which demonstrate how to set up the geometry and mesh for a variety of different problems. The tutorials cover most of the meshing functionality available in CFX-Mesh together with some of the most commonly-used geometry features from DesignModeler. Each example results in the creation of CFX-5 GTM file, which can be imported directly into CFX-Pre. You will find instructions for setting up CFD simulations using these meshes in the CFX-5 Tutorials which are part of the main on-line help for CFX-5.

    Some of these tutorials require the use of Parasolid files (for geometry import). If you have not already obtained these files, they should be readily available from the CFX Community Website: go to http://www.ansys.com/cfx and follow the Community link. This site is available to all registered CFX users. If you have not already got a username and password, go to http://www-waterloo.ansys.com/cfx/community/apply.htm to apply.

    The tutorial instructions are based on ANSYS Workbench 8.1, although they will contain notes when instructions would have been different in the previous version. If you still have an earlier version of ANSYS Workbench then you may be able to find tutorial instructions explicitly for that version on the CFX Community Website using the link above.

    If you want to print out the tutorials, then we recommend that you follow the link to the CFX Community Website to download a package in pdf format, and use this for printing.

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  • List of Features

    List of Features

    The following table shows you which geometry features are covered in which tutorial.

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    Sketching Mode

    Draw Toolbox

    Modify Toolbox

    Dimensions Toolbox

    Constraints Toolbox

    Settings Toolbox

    3D Features

    Extrude

    Revolve

    Sweep

    Skin/Loft

    Other Features

    Parasolid Import

    Multiple Bodies

    Freeze/Unfreeze/Add Frozen[a]

    Body Operations[b]

    Plane Creation from Faces[c]

    Imprint Faces[d]

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    [a] Freeze/Unfreeze/Add Frozen: for multiple bodies and for creating bodies which enclose another body

    [b] Body Operations: for copying, moving, and subtracting bodies from other bodies

    [c] Plane Creation from Faces: for 3D Feature operations on existing surfaces

    [d] Imprint Faces: for Boundary Condition Surfaces

    The following table shows you which meshing features are covered in which tutorial.

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    2D Region Groups

    Face Spacing[a]

    Curvature-Sensitive Meshing

    Controls[b]

    Periodicity

    Inflation[c]

    Stretch

    Proximity[d]

    Preview Groups[e]

    Full Surface Mesh Generation

    Parallel Volume Meshing

    [a] Face Spacing: for refining the mesh on a particular face or faces

    [b] Controls: for refining the mesh near a point, line or triangle

    [c] Inflation: for producing prism elements along a boundary in order to resolve the boundary better

    [d] Proximity: for refining the mesh when two faces or two edges are close but not joined

    [e] Preview Groups: for previewing part of the surface mesh

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  • Legal Notices

    Legal Notices

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