Get updated on how to expand coupling capabilities in Rocky 22R1
The simultaneous flow of fluids and particles is common in many processes across multiple industries. The coupled DEM-CFD approach is an alternative for modeling these systems, since it captures the discrete nature of the particle phase while maintaining computational tractability. In this webinar, you will see how to expand DEM-CFD coupling capabilities using the new Rocky 2022 R1 release.
What you will learn:
Join us to check out how Rocky 2022 R1 extends the existing 1-way Fluent coupling by including both steady-state and transient CFD results. Additionally, you’ll familiarize yourself with the augmented exposure given by the enhanced API for CFD coupling, which allows you to bring your own coupling laws and take into account additional physics.
You’ll gain a better understanding of how the multi-species support for mass transfer has increased the range of problems that can be solved using 2-way Rocky-Fluent Coupling. We’ll look at two example DEM applications: a combustion model that accounts for the coal combustion reaction for computing particle size (while accounting for the gas composition changes), plus a recrystallization simulation that captures salt crystal growth according to the supersaturation induced by cooling.
This webinar will also demonstrate how the innovative Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamic (SPH) method, powered by a computationally efficient GPU-based solver, allows you to solve practical problems that have high solid content and free surface flows, especially when splashing or surface fragmentation happens.
- DEM-CFD coupling approaches in Rocky
- 1-Way Transient Coupling
- API for CFD: Complete Customization and Extension
- Multi-Species Support for Mass Transfer
- Embedded SPH-DEM (Beta)
- Knowledge Resources