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For ANSYS
Particleworks for ANSYS is an interface option for coupling simulations between liquid simulation with large deformation of free surface by Particleworks and various simulation fields calculated in ANSYS. By using this option, Particleworks is embedded in ANSYS Workbench and this makes it possible to simulate complicated multiphysics behaviors including liquid-structure, liquid-thermal, and gas-liquid flow which had been difficult to analyze, by coupling with ANSYS simulation capabilities. Particleworks for ANSYS is a new tool for encouraging to understand realistic phenomena in design problems. 
 

Wide range of coupling simulations with liquid flow

 
Stress analysis of feet by tank sloshing

Analyzing oil behavior by Particleworks to determine the pressure on the tank. Then performing stress analysis of tank feet by ANSYS Mechanical based on the pressure.
Stress analysis of baffle by tank sloshing

Analyzing oil behavior by Particleworks to determine the pressure on the baffle in the tank. Then performing stress analysis of the baffle by ANSYS Mechanical based on the pressure.
 
Cooling analysis of plate by oil jet

Analyzing oil behavior by Particleworks to determine the heat transfer coefficient. Then the plate temperature is calculated by ANSYS Mechanical based on the obtained heat transfer coefficient.
Cooling analysis of piston by oil jet

Analyzing oil behavior by Particleworks to determine the  heat transfer coefficient in the oil flow path. Then the temperature of the cylinder head is calculated by ANSYS Mechanical based on the obtained heat transfer coefficient.
 
Airflow and raindrop behavior

From version 1.1 which was released in December 2019,  Particleworks enables liquid flow analysis considering the effects of airflow in ANSYS Workbench. 
Airflow and raindrop behavior

ANSYS Fluent analyzes the airflow around the car body (mirror). Then the behavior of raindrops is analyzed by  Particleworks considering the airflow.
 
Oil lubrication on idle gear

ANSYS Fluent analyzes the airflow around the gear. Then the oil behavior is analyzed by Particleworks based on the airflow information.
Oil lubrication on idle gear

Simulation results comparison by changing the rotation speed.
 
 

Coupling simulation steps

 
 
The below is an example of the Particleworks and ANSYS coupling simulation steps by using Particleworks for ANSYS. In this case, the oil behavior in the cooling channel of the piston is calculated by Particleworks to obtain the heat transfer coefficient in the oil flow path. Then the temperature of the cylinder head is calculated by ANSYS Mechanical based on the heat transfer coefficient importing from Particleworks.
 
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 CFD calculation by Particleworks
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 HTC mapping in Particleworks
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 Imported HTC in ANSYS Mechanical
 
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 Mesh generation
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 Total heat flux and temperature
 
 
 
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