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Numerical Simulation of Fluid Behavior in Ansys

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To study the behavior of liquids (hereinafter, liquids mean both droplet liquids and gases) and heterogeneous systems based on them, there are experimental and theoretical (mathematical) methods. Theoretical methods are subdivided into analytical and numerical (simulation or computer) methods. In analytical modeling, mathematical (abstract) models of a real object are studied in the form of algebraic, differential and other equations that provide an unambiguous exact solution. Until recently, in practice, mainly analytical methods were used to calculate the motion of stationary flows having a fairly simple geometric shape, or experimental methods [9]. The use of analytical methods requires a high level of mathematical training of an engineer. In addition, as a rule, analytical calculations make it possible to obtain a solution to problems for bodies with a fairly simple geometric shape. Experimental methods are often not economically justified and not always feasible. In general, advances in computational fluid dynamics of complex flows provide high accuracy in modeling various processes.


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Xurmamatov, A. M., Turdialievich, B. T., & Abdunazarov, F. (2021). Numerical Simulation of Fluid Behavior in Ansys. "ONLINE - CONFERENCES&Quot; PLATFORM, 172–177. Retrieved from https://papers.online-conferences.com/index.php/titfl/article/view/353
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    13 October 2021