trk yct


Discussion created by trk yct on Jul 8, 2009
when examining a tube axial fan model, surface goal of velocity pressure at outlet in the direction of flow was very high at outlet ,this may be refers to high swirl produced from the fan blades that makes air come and go across this surface ....I 'm not sure .A straightener was modeled to simulate real life to make it stop this swirl and flow through this part was simulated and it's pressure drop was will be assembled inline with the fan .
what is the best way to cancel the drop of the straightener ?
1-to add an inline fan at outlet boundary condition? if so how can I insert Goals at outlet
2- to initially put static pressure below atmospheric pressure at outlet boundary condition to cancel the pressure drop it a fan element need to be put inline with