22 Jul CFD Multiphase – Simulate two non-miscible incompressible fluids
In this webinar we show how to simulate the flow of two non-miscible incompressible fluids inside a domain that can represent a generic tank. During the result analysis phase we will show how to actually distinguish the two phases inside the domain, how to highlight fluids patterns and behavior.
This webinar aims at guiding the user through the correct use of CONSELF simulation platform when dealing with multiphase flows very useful to investigate phenomena where two non-miscible incompressible fluids are involved, like water-air or water-oil combinations. It shows every step of the analysis, from geometry upload and manipulation to results post processing. Every meshing and CFD parameter setup is explained to assure a very smooth learning curve to non expert users. Next scheduled webinars open for registration can be found on our Events page.
This simulation, the whole cycle, typically requires between 15 and 50 simulations credits. So it can be run even with the WELCOME plan that gives every registered user 20 simulation credits for free every month, forever.
The technology on which the platform is based is the well known OpenFOAM library. For this reason we can guarantee a state of the art tool that provides accurate and reliable results.
With these tutorials and our user manual (here), every professional can now take full advantage of one of the most innovative engineering designing tools.
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CFD & FEM simulation software is a very powerful tool, with its adoption optimization and innovation can be achieved in every field. To make this instrument accessible to everyone means lowering costs, but mainly to develop an infrastructure that favours a super-easy adoption by market new entrants.
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