Simscape fluids and Ansys CFX
4 views (last 30 days)
Show older comments
Federico Manfrin on 2 Sep 2021
Answered: Yifeng Tang on 27 Jul 2022
What is the best solution to share data between Ansys CFX (or other cfd tool) with simscape?
And what about the data sharing using a pump model? Tabulated data is the best we can do?
Yifeng Tang on 27 Jul 2022
For the block you mentioned, tabulated data or polynomial coefficients (which will require some data fitting) are the only options. I understand sometime it's expensive to get these from CFD simulations.
If you are open to use the newer (and better) isothermal liquid domain, instead of the hydraulic domain (you should!), there is another module that may help:
This block allows you to provide one set of operation condition, which can be easier to get from one CFD run, and it'll extrapolate to other conditions using analytical formula.
You may also try to contact MathWorks support or sales team to get additional help.
More Answers (0)
Find more on Simscape Fluids in Help Center and File Exchange
Community Treasure Hunt
Find the treasures in MATLAB Central and discover how the community can help you!Start Hunting!