# Thermal Fluids Tutorials

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In selection and preparation of the tutorials for this section the syllabus/ goals of Thermal Fluids Engineering course has been in mind, however, an attempt is also made for the tutorials to be rather general purpose so that they can be used by others in conjunction with similar courses. Therefore, each individual tutorial is designed to teach the users certain physical/numerical skills and the whole package is prepared with the goal giving the students in Thermal Fluids Engineering course the needed skill for doing the course projects/labs. ________________________________________________________________________ Composite Wall 1) A simple 1-D heat transfer introductory problem that teaches the basic tools of Ansys. 2) How to model composite walls. 3) How to apply boundary conditions (constant temperature, convective, and adiabatic) and heat generation term. 1. Exposure to the latest software packages. (High) 2. The ability to think critically when doing numerical work. (High) 3. Skill at programming in a language such as C or FORTRAN and including exposure to programming within packages such as Matlab (N/A) 4. An understanding of the governing equations and methods used within software. (Medium) ________________________________________________________________________ Single Fin 1) Exposure to more capabilities of Ansys 2) A 2-D numerical solution for a well-known problem that has 1-D analytical solution. 3) Shows the accuracy of the 1-D fin solution.

1. Exposure to the latest software packages. (High) 2. The ability to think critically when doing numerical work. (High) 3. Skill at programming in a language such as C or FORTRAN and including exposure to programming within packages such as Matlab (N/A) 4. An understanding of the governing equations and methods used within software. (Medium) ________________________________________________________________________

2-D Heat Conduction within a Rectangular Bar 1) Application of all kinds of boundary conditions and heat generation to a 2-D heat conduction problem. 2) To compare the numerical solution with the exact series solution. 3) Teach the concept of superposition.

1. Exposure to the latest software packages. (High) 2. The ability to think critically when doing numerical work. (High) 3. Skill at programming in a language such as C or FORTRAN and including exposure to programming within packages such as Matlab (N/A) 4. An understanding of the governing equations and methods used within software. (Medium) _______________________________________________________________________ 2-D Heat Conduction within a Furnace Wall 1) To model a more complicated 2-D composite wall. 2) The concept of symmetry in heat conduction problems.

1. Exposure to the latest software packages. (High) 2. The ability to think critically when doing numerical work. (High) 3. Skill at programming in a language such as C or FORTRAN and including exposure to programming within packages such as Matlab (N/A) 4. An understanding of the governing equations and methods used within software. (Medium) ________________________________________________________________________ 2-D Heat Conduction between Parallel Plates 1) One of the plates has a finite (w) and the other an infinite (>>w) width. How to model infinite regions. 2) Shape factor in steady sate 2-D heat conduction problems. 3) The concept of symmetry in heat conduction problems.

1. Exposure to the latest software packages. (High) 2. The ability to think critically when doing numerical work. (High) 3. Skill at programming in a language such as C or FORTRAN and including exposure to programming within packages such as Matlab

(N/A) 4. An understanding of the governing equations and methods used within software. (Medium) ________________________________________________________________________ 2-D Heat Conduction in a Heat Sink 1) A 2-D model for a heat sink, a mock processor with its heat generating electric element. 2) Modeling of a more complicated 2-D heat transfer problem. 3) More complicated mesh.

1. Exposure to the latest software packages. (High) 2. The ability to think critically when doing numerical work. (High) 3. Skill at programming in a language such as C or FORTRAN and including exposure to programming within packages such as Matlab (N/A) 4. An understanding of the governing equations and methods used within software. (Medium) ________________________________________________________________________ 3-D Heat Conduction in a Heat Sink 1) 3-D modeling and mesh generation. 2) 3-D heat transfer modeling of a heat sink for electronic cooling along with its mock processor. 3) A tool for design and optimization of the design project.

1. Exposure to the latest software packages. (High) 2. The ability to think critically when doing numerical work. (High) 3. Skill at programming in a language such as C or FORTRAN and including exposure to programming within packages such as Matlab (N/A) 4. An understanding of the governing equations and methods used within software. (Medium) ________________________________________________________________________ 2-D Flow between Parallel Plates 1) Using Ansys to solve fluid flow problems. 2) Application of different boundary conditions. 3) Flow development in the entrance region.

1. Exposure to the latest software packages.

(High) 2. The ability to think critically when doing numerical work. (High) 3. Skill at programming in a language such as C or FORTRAN and including exposure to programming within packages such as Matlab (N/A) 4. An understanding of the governing equations and methods used within software. (Medium) ________________________________________________________________________ Flow over a Flat Plate 1) How to model external flows. 2) Slip boundary conditions.

1. Exposure to the latest software packages. (High) 2. The ability to think critically when doing numerical work. (High) 3. Skill at programming in a language such as C or FORTRAN and including exposure to programming within packages such as Matlab (N/A) 4. An understanding of the governing equations and methods used within software. (Medium)

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