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Geothermal heating is an environmentally friendly and energy-efficient method to supply modern and well insulated houses with heat. Heat exchangers placed at a sufficient depth in the ground below the house utilize subsurface heat, where temperatures are almost constant throughout the ... Read More
This model shows how you can use the Non-Isothermal Pipe Flow interface together with the Heat Transfer in Solids interface to model the cooling of a injection molded polyurethane part for a car steering wheel. The equations describing the cooling channels are fully coupled to the heat ... Read More
This example models flow in a microchannel heat exchanger by coupling a Laminar Flow interface in 3D to a Pipe Flow interface. By the use of the Pipe Flow interface to model the flow in the microchannels the problem size is significantly reduced. This model showcases the Pipe Connection ... Read More
This tutorial shows how to model the propagation of acoustic waves in large pipe systems by coupling the *Pipe Acoustics* interface to the *Pressure Acoustics* interface. The tutorial is set up in both the time domain and the frequency domain. 1D pipe acoustics is used to model the ... Read More
In this tutorial model, the flow in a pipe with a bend is computed using the Pipe Flow interface. The computed fluid load is used as input to a stress analysis in the Pipe Mechanics interface. Gravity loads from the pipe and fluid are also taken into account. Read More
Ponds and lakes can serve as thermal reservoirs in geothermal heating applications. In this example, fluid circulates underwater through polyethylene piping in a closed system. The pipes are coiled in a slinky shape and grouped onto sleds. The Non-isothermal Pipe Flow interface sets up ... Read More
When a valve is closed rapidly in a pipe network it gives rise to a hydraulic transient known as a water hammer. The propagation of these hydraulic transients can in extreme cases cause failures of pipe systems caused by overpressures. This is a model of a simple verification pipe system ... Read More
As oil flows through a pipeline section heat is released due to the work of internal friction forces in the fluid. With good insulation of the pipeline, this generated heat can be used to avoid preheating of the oil, despite the fact that it is to be transported in a cold environment ... Read More
This app demonstrates the following: * Using a Java® utility class for combining several waveforms and for playing sound * Using tables for presenting results The app allows you to study the design of an organ pipe and then play the sound and pitch of the changed design. The pipe sound ... Read More
This tutorial model illustrates how to calculate the pressure drop and initial flow rate in a pipe system connected to water tank. The Pipe Flow interface contains ready to use friction models accounting for the surface roughness of pipes as well as pressure losses in bends and valves. Read More