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CFD analysis of exothermic reactions in Al-Au nano multi-layered foils
Karlo Raić, Rebeka Rudolf, Primož Ternik, Zoran Žunič, Vojkan Lazić, Dragoslav Stamenković, Tatjana Tanasković, Ivan Anžel, 2011, original scientific article

Abstract: This work presents the possibility of numerical modelling using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) in the field of nano-foils. The governing equations were solved using a Finite Volume Methodology (FVM). The computational domain was discretized using a uniform Cartesian grid with the appropriate mesh size along the x and y directions employing the corresponding number of grid points. The field variables were discretized at the cell centres and the spatial, as well as the time, derivatives were approximated using the second-order accurate numerical scheme. The time-evolution of the temperature and concentration fields, as well as the atomic diffusion coefficient, will be presented for the appropriate Al-Au nano-foil geometry and boundary conditions.
Keywords: Au-Al nano-foils, finite volume method, temperature transfer, concentration transfer
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1059; Downloads: 64
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Computer-aided analysis of the forging process
Matjaž Šraml, Janez Stupan, Iztok Potrč, Janez Kramberger, 2004, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper presents computer simulation of the forging process using the finite volume method (FVM). The process of forging is highly non-linear, where both large deformations and continuously changing boundary conditions occur. In most practical cases, the initial billet shape is relatively simple, but the final shape of the end product is often geometrically complex, to the extent that it is commonly obtained using multiple forming stages. Examples of the numerical simulation of the forged pieces provided were created using Msc/SuperForge computer code. The main results of the analysis are deformed shape, temperature, pressure, effective plastic strain, effective stress and forces acting on the die.
Keywords: forging, computer simulation, finite volume method, deformation, stresses, material flow, industrial applications
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1121; Downloads: 65
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Weakly coupled analysis of a blade in multiphase mixing vessel
Matej Vesenjak, Zoran Ren, Matjaž Hriberšek, 2004, short scientific article

Abstract: Two or more physical systems frequently interact with each other, where the independent solution of one system is impossible without a simultaneous solution of the others. An obvious coupled system is that of a dynamic fluid-structure interaction. š8đ In this paper a computational analysis of thefluid-structure interaction in a mixing vessel is presented. In mixing vessels the fluid can have a significant influence on the deformation of blades during mixing, depending on speed of mixing blades and fluid viscosity.For this purpose a computational weakly coupled analysis has been performed to determine the multiphase fluid influences on the mixing vessel structure. The multiphase fluid field in the mixing vessel was first analyzed with the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) code CFX. The results in the form of pressure were then applied to the blade model, which was the analysed with the structural code MSC.visualNastran forWindows, which is based on the finiteelement method (FEM).
Keywords: fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, coupled problems, computational analysis, two-phase fluid, mixing blade, pressure distribution, finite volume method, finite element method
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 942; Downloads: 60
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On new approach to rheological modeling of an electrostatic ash and water - quadratic law
Primož Ternik, 2002, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: In the paper a new rheological model for an electrostatic ash and water mixture is proposed. The fundamental equation of the rheological model was used to determine the relationship between the shear stress and the shear rate as well as the equation of a velocity profile for the flow through a straight pipe. Experimental results obtained from a capillary viscometer were used as the basis to determine the parameters for the proposed model by the non-linear regression analysis. With the Quadratic law a numerical analysis of a mixture flow through a capillary pipe with the finite volume method was performed. The derived equations for the velocity profile, shear stress and shear rate were validated through a comparison of numerically obtained and theoretical results. Finally, the compariosn between the Quadratic and the Power law is presented.
Keywords: fluid mechanics, non-Newtonian fluids, mixture of electrofilter ash and water, flow in pipes, capillary pipes, rheological model, velocity profile, shear stress, finite volume method, numerical analysis, quadratic law, power law, mehanika fluidov
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1474; Downloads: 17
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Računalniško simuliranje postopka kovanja
Janez Stupan, Iztok Potrč, 2000, professional article

Abstract: V prispevku je obravnavano tridimenzionalno računalniško simuliranje procesa kovanja z računalniškim programom MSC/SuperForge. Kovanje je izrazit proces tridimenzionalne deformacije, med katerim se stalno spreminjajo robni pogoji. Začetna oblika je v večini primerov preprosta, končna oblika pa je lahko zelo zahtevna in se doseže s preoblikovanjem v več stopnjah. Rezultati simuliranja so: deformirana oblika, temperaturno polje, polje toka materiala, tlaka, dejanske napetosti, dejanskih plastičnih deformacij itn.
Keywords: forging, deformation, finite volume method, material flow
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 542; Downloads: 22
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