Product‎ > ‎Flomaster‎ > ‎

2. Application

Aerospace - Fuel System

게시자: Songyi Han, 2017. 3. 2. 오후 11:50   [ 2017. 8. 27. 오후 7:01에 업데이트됨 ]

  • Part 1 : Aerospace Fuel System

    • 이는 항공기 연료계통에 대하여 각 요소를 활용 연료계통 시스템을 모델링하는 것에서부터 전체 시스템의 제어 및 Venting & Inerting System 해석까지 일련의 과정을 포함하고 있습니다.
      그리고, CAD embedded CFD, FloEFD와 FloMASTER(1D-3D CFD 연동)를 활용한 보다 향상된 해석기능을 포함하고 있습니다.
      그 구성은 다음과 같습니다.
      • Part 1-1. Aerospace Fuel System
      • Part 1-2. Aerospace Fuel System - Controls
      • Part 1-3. Aerospace Fuel System - Advanced Tanks, Venting and Inerting
      • Part 1-4. Aerospace Fuel System - Characterizing 1D Flow Components For Use in FloMASTER with FloEFD CAD Embedded 3D CFD

  • Part 2 : Aircraft Fuel System Simulation in FloMASTER
    • Part 2-1. Aircraft Fuel System Simulation in FloMASTER - Basic Simulations
    • Part 2-2. Aircraft Fuel System Simulation in FloMASTER - Adding Active Control
    • Part 2-3. Aircraft Fuel System Simulation in FloMASTER - Advanced wing tank modeling with venting and inerting
    • Part 2-4. Aircraft Fuel System Simulation in FloMASTER - 3D CFD Characterization

Power Generation - two phase model

게시자: Flowmaster Korea, 2016. 12. 22. 오후 11:40   [ 2016. 12. 22. 오후 11:53에 업데이트됨 ]

Flowmaster two-phase model에 적용 되고 있는 rigorous energy solver 는 이전보다 향상된 열전달 현상과 유동해석을 가능하게 하고 있습니다. 더불어 two-phase 해석에 맞춤 개발된 특별한 컴퍼넌트 라이브러리와 기존 컴퍼넌트들과의 제한없는 구성을 통하여 독창적이고 새로운 시스템 구성을 가능하도록 합니다.
- 자연대류현상 (Natural Circulation)
- Boiling
- 다양한 Flow Regimes
- Rankine cycle modeling
- Flashing
- Superheated steam and Desuperheating
- Two-phase 에 특화된 컴퍼넌트 

Automotive - VTMS (Vehicle Thermal Management System)

게시자: Woongkee Lee, 2016. 10. 4. 오전 2:40   [ 2016. 10. 11. 오후 9:36에 업데이트됨 ]

Flowmaster는 다음의 다양한 활용분야에서 유용하게 활용할 수 있다.
특히, Cooling System(Coolant Part), Cooling System(Air Side), Lubrication System, Air Conditioning System, Cabin 등은 상호작용을 주고 받으므로 열관련된 이들 각 시스템을 통합하여 모델링하고 해석하는 VTMS 해석은 근래에 중요성이 커지고 있으며 Flowmaster는 이 VTMS를 구축하는데 강력한 도구를 제공한다.

Aerospace - ECS System

게시자: Woongkee Lee, 2016. 9. 29. 오후 5:18   [ Songyi Han에 의해 업데이트됨(2017. 7. 28. 오전 12:55) ]

Aerospace - ECS
  • Part 1 - Design and Analysis of an Aerospace ECS Cabin Distribution
  • Part 2 - Aircraft Air Cycle Machine and Bleed Air System Modeling Using 1D CFD
  • Part 3 - Combined Aerospace Air Management System Analysis with Flowmaster

Automotive - Lubrication System

게시자: Woongkee Lee, 2016. 9. 5. 오전 9:19   [ 2016. 10. 4. 오전 12:47에 업데이트됨 ]

The Lubrication Systems Modelling packages from Flowmaster enable Automotive Systems Engineers to understand the complex dynamics of an entire lubrication system allowing you to quickly and easily evaluate your lubrication design, to ensure:

• Adequate oil flow to all components, such as bearings, for all operating conditions
• The minimising of friction
• Component sizing optimisation
• Heat management
• Priming(Oil 충진 해석)

Automotive - Cooling System

게시자: Woongkee Lee, 2016. 9. 5. 오전 9:18   [ Songyi Han에 의해 업데이트됨(2016. 9. 12. 오전 12:51) ]

In modern automotive engine design, control over the operating conditions, especially temperature is essential to achieve maximum engine efficiency and to minimise emissions. Engineers are challenged to design and optimise for packaging space restrictions, powertrain architecture variations and thermal loads.

The Cooling Systems Modelling packages from Flowmaster enable users to model and optimise cooling system designs before building the real thing. Whether varying the design parameters of the thermostat to ensure a constant temperature in the cooling system or resize key components to packaging constrains, Flowmaster allows evaluation of:

• The impact of components from different suppliers on the overall cooling system
• The effects of different operating conditions; warm-up cycles in winter
• The effect of zero coolant flow following engine start-up
• The sizing of the expansion tank or de-gas bottle and its effects on performance
• Heat rejection based on engine speed and load
• The thermal flow paths between the engines metal structure with the coolant and underhood air flow
• The rate of heat transfer

1-6 of 6