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      Dear AcuSolve Users,   We are pleased  to inform you that four new turbulence transition model have been released in AcuSolve 2017. Now you can download the PDF format of implementation and validation studies done on both academic and industrial cases.   Enjoy Reading...   Cheers Abinash Implementation and Validation of Correlation-based Turbulence Transion Models.pdf A Comparative Assessment of Correlation-based Transition for Wind Power Applications.pdf
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Kamlesh

CFD Optimisation using AcuSolve HST

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Hi All,

 

Please find attached tutorial for CFD optimisation of a manifold.

 

Some of the applications, where it can be used includes,

 

HVAC ducting
• Reduce pressure drop
• Increase flow uniformity
• Maximize/minimize outlet temperature
Heat exchangers
• Maximize pressure drop
• Maximize heat transfer
Brake discs
• Minimize temperature
• Maximize heat transfer
• Brake cooling ducts
External Aero
• Minimize drag
• Maximize negative lift

 

 and many more.

 

I have also attached a simple Pipe CFD optimisation  tutorial.

 

Please do contact us for any queries.

 

Regards,

kamlesh

Acusolve_Hyperstudy_tutorial_manifold.zip

Acusolve_Hyperstudy_Tutorial_Pipe.zip

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