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                            ANSYS CFX Tutorials
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to the ANSYS CFX Tutorials
	1.1. Setting the Working Directory and Starting ANSYS CFX in Stand-alone Mode
	1.2. Running ANSYS CFX Tutorials Using ANSYS Workbench
		1.2.1. Setting Up the Project
		1.2.2. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		1.2.3. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		1.2.4. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		1.2.5. Creating CFX Component Systems for Multiple Simulations
		1.2.6. Closing the Applications
	1.3. Playing a Session File
	1.4. Changing the Display Colors
	1.5. Editor Buttons
	1.6. Using Help
Chapter 2: Simulating Flow in a Static Mixer Using CFX in Stand-alone Mode
	2.1. Tutorial Features
	2.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	2.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	2.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		2.4.1. Starting Quick Setup Mode
		2.4.2. Setting the Physics Definition
		2.4.3. Importing a Mesh
		2.4.4. Using the Viewer
			2.4.4.1. Using the Zoom Tools
			2.4.4.2. Rotating the Geometry
		2.4.5. Defining Model Data
		2.4.6. Defining Boundaries
		2.4.7. Setting Boundary Data
		2.4.8. Setting Flow Specification
		2.4.9. Setting Temperature Specification
		2.4.10. Reviewing the Boundary Condition Definitions
		2.4.11. Creating the Second Inlet Boundary Definition
		2.4.12. Creating the Outlet Boundary Definition
		2.4.13. Moving to General Mode
		2.4.14. Setting Solver Control
		2.4.15. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		2.4.16. Playing the Session File and Starting CFX-Solver Manager
	2.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		2.5.1. Starting the Run
		2.5.2. Moving from CFX-Solver Manager to CFD-Post
	2.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		2.6.1. Setting the Edge Angle for a Wireframe Object
		2.6.2. Creating a Point for the Origin of the Streamline
		2.6.3. Creating a Streamline Originating from a Point
		2.6.4. Rearranging the Point
		2.6.5. Configuring a Default Legend
		2.6.6. Creating a Slice Plane
		2.6.7. Defining Slice Plane Geometry
		2.6.8. Configuring Slice Plane Views
		2.6.9. Rendering Slice Planes
		2.6.10. Coloring the Slice Plane
		2.6.11. Moving the Slice Plane
		2.6.12. Adding Contours
		2.6.13. Working with Animations
			2.6.13.1. Showing the Animation Dialog Box
			2.6.13.2. Creating the First Keyframe
			2.6.13.3. Creating the Second Keyframe
			2.6.13.4. Viewing the Animation
			2.6.13.5. Modifying the Animation
			2.6.13.6. Saving a Movie
		2.6.14. Quitting CFD-Post
Chapter 3: Simulating Flow in a Static Mixer Using Workbench
	3.1. Tutorial Features
	3.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	3.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	3.4. Setting Up the Project
	3.5. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		3.5.1. Creating the Simulation Definition
		3.5.2. Setting the Physics Definition
		3.5.3. Defining Boundaries
		3.5.4. Setting Boundary Data
		3.5.5. Creating the Second Inlet Boundary Definition
		3.5.6. Creating the Outlet Boundary Definition
		3.5.7. Moving to General Mode
		3.5.8. Using the Viewer
			3.5.8.1. Using the Zoom Tools
			3.5.8.2. Rotating the Geometry
		3.5.9. Setting Solver Control
	3.6. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	3.7. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		3.7.1. Setting the Edge Angle for a Wireframe Object
		3.7.2. Creating a Point for the Origin of the Streamline
		3.7.3. Creating a Streamline Originating from a Point
		3.7.4. Rearranging the Point
		3.7.5. Configuring a Default Legend
		3.7.6. Creating a Slice Plane
		3.7.7. Defining Slice Plane Geometry
		3.7.8. Configuring Slice Plane Views
		3.7.9. Rendering Slice Planes
		3.7.10. Coloring the Slice Plane
		3.7.11. Moving the Slice Plane
		3.7.12. Adding Contours
		3.7.13. Working with Animations
			3.7.13.1. Showing the Animation Dialog Box
			3.7.13.2. Creating the First Keyframe
			3.7.13.3. Creating the Second Keyframe
			3.7.13.4. Viewing the Animation
			3.7.13.5. Modifying the Animation
			3.7.13.6. Saving a Movie
		3.7.14. Closing the Applications
Chapter 4: Flow in a Static Mixer (Refined Mesh)
	4.1. Tutorial Features
	4.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	4.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	4.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		4.4.1. Importing a Mesh
		4.4.2. Importing Settings from Tutorial 1
		4.4.3. Viewing Domain Settings
		4.4.4. Viewing the Boundary Condition Setting
		4.4.5. Defining Solver Parameters
		4.4.6. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	4.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		4.5.1. Starting the Run with an Initial Values File
		4.5.2. Confirming Results
		4.5.3. Moving from CFX-Solver Manager to CFD-Post
	4.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		4.6.1. Creating a Slice Plane
		4.6.2. Coloring the Slice Plane
		4.6.3. Loading Results from Tutorial 1 for Comparison
		4.6.4. Comparing Slice Planes Using Multiple Views
		4.6.5. Viewing the Surface Mesh on the Outlet
		4.6.6. Looking at the Inflated Elements in Three Dimensions
		4.6.7. Viewing the Surface Mesh on the Mixer Body
		4.6.8. Viewing the Layers of Inflated Elements on a Plane
		4.6.9. Viewing the Mesh Statistics
		4.6.10. Viewing the Mesh Elements with Largest Face Angle
		4.6.11. Viewing the Mesh Elements with Largest Face Angle Using a Point
		4.6.12. Quitting CFD-Post
Chapter 5: Flow in a Process Injection Mixing Pipe
	5.1. Tutorial Features
	5.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	5.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	5.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		5.4.1. Importing a Mesh
		5.4.2. Setting Temperature-Dependent Material Properties
		5.4.3. Plotting an Expression
		5.4.4. Evaluating an Expression
		5.4.5. Modify Material Properties
		5.4.6. Creating the Domain
		5.4.7. Creating the Side Inlet Boundary
		5.4.8. Creating the Main Inlet Boundary
		5.4.9. Creating the Main Outlet Boundary
		5.4.10. Setting Initial Values
		5.4.11. Setting Solver Control
		5.4.12. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	5.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		5.5.1. Starting the Run
		5.5.2. Moving from CFX-Solver Manager to CFD-Post
	5.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		5.6.1. Modifying the Outline of the Geometry
		5.6.2. Creating and Modifying Streamlines Originating from the Main Inlet
		5.6.3. Modifying Streamline Color Ranges
		5.6.4. Coloring Streamlines with a Constant Color
		5.6.5. Creating Streamlines Originating from the Side Inlet
		5.6.6. Examining Turbulence Kinetic Energy
		5.6.7. Quitting CFD-Post
Chapter 6: Flow from a Circular Vent
	6.1. Tutorial Features
	6.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	6.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	6.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		6.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		6.4.2. Creating an Additional Variable
		6.4.3. Defining the Steady-State Analysis
			6.4.3.1. Renaming the Analysis
			6.4.3.2. Creating the Domain
			6.4.3.3. Creating the Boundaries
				6.4.3.3.1. Inlet Boundary
				6.4.3.3.2. Opening Boundary
				6.4.3.3.3. Inlet for the Vent
			6.4.3.4. Setting Initial Values
			6.4.3.5. Setting Solver Control
		6.4.4. Defining the Transient Analysis
			6.4.4.1. Creating the Analysis
			6.4.4.2. Modifying the Analysis Type
			6.4.4.3. Modifying the Boundary Conditions
				6.4.4.3.1. To Modify the Vent Inlet Boundary Condition
				6.4.4.3.2. Plotting Smoke Concentration
			6.4.4.4. Initialization Values
			6.4.4.5. Modifying the Solver Control
			6.4.4.6. Setting Output Control
		6.4.5. Configuring Simulation Control
			6.4.5.1. Configuration Control for the Steady State Analysis
			6.4.5.2. Configuration Control for the Transient Analysis
		6.4.6. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.mdef) File
	6.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	6.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		6.6.1. Displaying Smoke Density Using an Isosurface
		6.6.2. Viewing the Results at Different Time Steps
		6.6.3. Generating Titled Image Files
			6.6.3.1. Adding a Title
			6.6.3.2. JPEG output
		6.6.4. Generating a Movie
		6.6.5. Viewing the Dispersion of Smoke at the Final Time Step
Chapter 7: Flow Around a Blunt Body
	7.1. Tutorial Features
	7.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	7.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	7.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		7.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		7.4.2. Creating the Domain
		7.4.3. Creating Composite Regions
		7.4.4. Creating the Boundaries
			7.4.4.1. Inlet Boundary
			7.4.4.2. Outlet Boundary
			7.4.4.3. Free-Slip Wall Boundary
			7.4.4.4. Symmetry Plane Boundary
			7.4.4.5. Wall Boundary on the Blunt Body Surface
		7.4.5. Setting Initial Values
		7.4.6. Setting Solver Control
		7.4.7. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	7.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		7.5.1. Obtaining a Solution in Serial
		7.5.2. Obtaining a Solution in Parallel
			7.5.2.1. Background to Parallel Running in CFX
			7.5.2.2. Obtaining a Solution with Local Parallel
			7.5.2.3. Obtaining a Solution with Distributed Parallel
			7.5.2.4. Text Output when Running in Parallel
	7.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		7.6.1. Using Symmetry Plane to Display the Full Geometry
			7.6.1.1. Manipulating the Geometry
			7.6.1.2. Creating an Instance Transform
			7.6.1.3. Using the Reflection Transform
		7.6.2. Creating Velocity Vectors
			7.6.2.1. Creating the Sampling Plane
			7.6.2.2. Creating a Vector Plot Using Different Sampling Methods
		7.6.3. Displaying Pressure Distribution on Body and Symmetry Plane
		7.6.4. Creating Surface Streamlines to Display the Path of Air along the Surface of the Body
		7.6.5. Moving Objects
		7.6.6. Creating a Surface Plot of y+
		7.6.7. Demonstrating Power Syntax
		7.6.8. Viewing the Mesh Partitions (Parallel Only)
Chapter 8: Buoyant Flow in a Partitioned Cavity
	8.1. Tutorial Features
	8.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	8.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	8.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		8.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		8.4.2. Analysis Type
		8.4.3. Creating the Domain
		8.4.4. Creating the Boundaries
			8.4.4.1. Hot and Cold Wall Boundary
			8.4.4.2. Symmetry Plane Boundary
		8.4.5. Setting Initial Values
		8.4.6. Setting Output Control
		8.4.7. Setting Solver Control
		8.4.8. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	8.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	8.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		8.6.1. Simple Report
		8.6.2. Plots for Customized Reports
			8.6.2.1. Contour Plot of Temperature
			8.6.2.2. Point Locators
			8.6.2.3. Comment
			8.6.2.4. Figure
			8.6.2.5. Time Chart of Temperature
			8.6.2.6. Table of Temperature Values
		8.6.3. Customized Report
		8.6.4. Animations
		8.6.5. Completion
Chapter 9: Free Surface Flow Over a Bump
	9.1. Tutorial Features
	9.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	9.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	9.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		9.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		9.4.2. Viewing the Region Labels
		9.4.3. Creating Expressions for Initial and Boundary Conditions
			9.4.3.1. Creating Expressions in CEL
			9.4.3.2. Reading Expressions From a File
		9.4.4. Creating the Domain
		9.4.5. Creating the Boundaries
			9.4.5.1. Inlet Boundary
			9.4.5.2. Outlet Boundary
			9.4.5.3. Symmetry Boundaries
			9.4.5.4. Opening and Wall Boundaries
		9.4.6. Setting Initial Values
		9.4.7. Setting Mesh Adaption Parameters
		9.4.8. Setting the Solver Controls
		9.4.9. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	9.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	9.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		9.6.1. Creating Velocity Vector Plots
		9.6.2. Viewing Mesh Refinement
		9.6.3. Creating an Isosurface to Show the Free Surface
		9.6.4. Creating a Polyline that Follows the Free Surface
		9.6.5. Creating a Chart to Show the Height of the Surface
		9.6.6. Further Postprocessing
	9.7. Further Discussion
Chapter 10: Supersonic Flow Over a Wing
	10.1. Tutorial Features
	10.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	10.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	10.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		10.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		10.4.2. Creating the Domain
		10.4.3. Creating the Boundaries
			10.4.3.1. Creating an Inlet Boundary
			10.4.3.2. Creating an Outlet Boundary
			10.4.3.3. Creating the Symmetry Plane Boundaries
			10.4.3.4. Creating a Free Slip Boundary
			10.4.3.5. Creating a Wall Boundary
		10.4.4. Creating Domain Interfaces
		10.4.5. Setting Initial Values
		10.4.6. Setting the Solver Controls
		10.4.7. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	10.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	10.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		10.6.1. Displaying Mach Information
		10.6.2. Displaying Pressure Information
		10.6.3. Displaying Temperature Information
		10.6.4. Displaying Pressure With User Vectors
Chapter 11: Flow Through a Butterfly Valve
	11.1. Tutorial Features
	11.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	11.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	11.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		11.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		11.4.2. Defining the Properties of the Sand
		11.4.3. Creating the Domain
		11.4.4. Creating the Inlet Velocity Profile
		11.4.5. Creating the Boundary Conditions
			11.4.5.1. Inlet Boundary
			11.4.5.2. Outlet Boundary
			11.4.5.3. Symmetry Plane Boundary
			11.4.5.4. Pipe Wall Boundary
			11.4.5.5. Editing the Default Boundary
		11.4.6. Setting Initial Values
		11.4.7. Setting the Solver Controls
		11.4.8. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	11.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	11.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		11.6.1. Erosion Due to Sand Particles
		11.6.2. Displaying Erosion on the Pipe Wall
		11.6.3. Creating Particle Tracks
		11.6.4. Creating a Particle Track Animation
		11.6.5. Determining Minimum, Maximum, and Average Pressure Values
		11.6.6. Other Features
Chapter 12: Flow in a Catalytic Converter
	12.1. Tutorial Features
	12.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	12.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	12.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		12.4.1. Importing the Meshes and CCL File
			12.4.1.1. Importing the Required Expressions From a CCL File
			12.4.1.2. Importing the Housing Mesh
			12.4.1.3. Importing the Pipe and Flange Mesh
			12.4.1.4. Creating a Second Pipe and Flange Mesh
			12.4.1.5. Creating a Single Region for Both Pipe and Flange Meshes
		12.4.2. Creating the Fluid Domain
		12.4.3. Creating the Porous Domain
		12.4.4. Creating and Editing the Boundaries
			12.4.4.1. Creating the Inlet Boundary
			12.4.4.2. Creating the Outlet Boundary
			12.4.4.3. Editing the Housing Default Boundary
		12.4.5. Creating the Domain Interfaces
		12.4.6. Setting Initial Values
		12.4.7. Setting Solver Control
		12.4.8. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	12.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	12.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		12.6.1. Viewing the Mesh on a GGI Interface
		12.6.2. Creating User Locations
			12.6.2.1. Creating a Slice Plane
			12.6.2.2. Creating a User Surface
			12.6.2.3. Creating a Polyline
		12.6.3. Creating Plots
			12.6.3.1. Creating a Contour Plot of Pressure
			12.6.3.2. Creating a Vector Plot on the Slice Plane
			12.6.3.3. Creating a Chart of Pressure versus the Z Coordinate
		12.6.4. Exporting Polyline Data
Chapter 13: Non-Newtonian Fluid Flow in an Annulus
	13.1. Tutorial Features
	13.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	13.3. Background Theory
	13.4. Preparing the Working Directory
	13.5. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		13.5.1. Importing the Mesh
		13.5.2. Creating the Fluid
		13.5.3. Creating the Domain
		13.5.4. Creating the Boundaries
			13.5.4.1. Wall Boundary for the Inner Pipe
			13.5.4.2. Symmetry Plane Boundary
		13.5.5. Setting Initial Values
		13.5.6. Setting Solver Control
		13.5.7. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	13.6. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	13.7. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
Chapter 14: Flow in an Axial Turbine Stage
	14.1. Tutorial Features
	14.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	14.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	14.4. Simulating the Stage with the Steady-State Frozen Rotor Model
		14.4.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			14.4.1.1. Basic Settings
			14.4.1.2. Component Definition
			14.4.1.3. Physics Definition
			14.4.1.4. Interface Definition
			14.4.1.5. Boundary Definition
			14.4.1.6. Final Operations
			14.4.1.7. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		14.4.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
			14.4.2.1. Obtaining a Solution in Serial
			14.4.2.2. Obtaining a Solution With Local Parallel
			14.4.2.3. Obtaining a Solution with Distributed Parallel
			14.4.2.4. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
				14.4.2.4.1. Initializing Turbo-Post
				14.4.2.4.2. Viewing Three Domain Passages
				14.4.2.4.3. Blade Loading Turbo Chart
		14.4.3. Simulating the Stage with the Exit Corrected Mass Flow Rate Boundary Condition
			14.4.3.1. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
			14.4.3.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		14.4.4. Comparing the Two Cases Using CFD-Post
	14.5. Simulating the Stage with the Transient Rotor-Stator Model
		14.5.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			14.5.1.1. Modifying the Physics Definition
			14.5.1.2. Setting Output Control
			14.5.1.3. Modifying Execution Control
			14.5.1.4. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		14.5.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
			14.5.2.1. Serial Solution
			14.5.2.2. Parallel Solution
			14.5.2.3. Monitoring the Run
		14.5.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			14.5.3.1. Initializing Turbo-Post
			14.5.3.2. Displaying a Surface of Constant Span
			14.5.3.3. Using Multiple Turbo Viewports
			14.5.3.4. Creating a Turbo Surface at Mid-Span
			14.5.3.5. Setting up Instancing Transformations
			14.5.3.6. Animating the Movement of the Rotor Relative to the Stator
			14.5.3.7. Further Postprocessing
Chapter 15: Reacting Flow in a Mixing Tube
	15.1. Tutorial Features
	15.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	15.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	15.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		15.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		15.4.2. Creating a Multicomponent Fluid
			15.4.2.1. Acid Properties
			15.4.2.2. Alkali Properties
			15.4.2.3. Reaction Product Properties
			15.4.2.4. Fluid Properties
		15.4.3. Creating an Additional Variable to Model pH
		15.4.4. Formulating the Reaction and pH as Expressions
			15.4.4.1. Stoichiometric Ratio
			15.4.4.2. Reaction Source Terms
			15.4.4.3. Calculating pH
			15.4.4.4. Loading the Expressions to Model the Reaction and pH
		15.4.5. Creating the Domain
		15.4.6. Creating a Subdomain to Model the Chemical Reactions
		15.4.7. Creating the Boundary Conditions
			15.4.7.1. Water Inlet Boundary
			15.4.7.2. Acid Inlet Boundary
			15.4.7.3. Alkali Inlet Boundary
			15.4.7.4. Outlet Boundary
			15.4.7.5. Symmetry Boundary
			15.4.7.6. Default Wall Boundary
		15.4.8. Setting Initial Values
		15.4.9. Setting Solver Control
		15.4.10. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	15.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	15.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
Chapter 16: Heat Transfer from a Heating Coil
	16.1. Tutorial Features
	16.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	16.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	16.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		16.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		16.4.2. Editing the Material Properties
		16.4.3. Defining the Calcium Carbonate Deposit Material
		16.4.4. Creating the Domains
			16.4.4.1. Creating a Fluid Domain
			16.4.4.2. Creating a Solid Domain
		16.4.5. Creating the Boundaries
			16.4.5.1. Heating Coil Boundaries
			16.4.5.2. Inlet Boundary
			16.4.5.3. Opening Boundary
		16.4.6. Creating the Domain Interface
		16.4.7. Setting Solver Control
		16.4.8. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	16.5. Obtaining the Solution using CFX-Solver Manager
	16.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		16.6.1. Heating Coil Temperature Range
		16.6.2. Creating a Cylindrical Locator
			16.6.2.1. Expression
			16.6.2.2. Variable
			16.6.2.3. Isosurface of the variable
			16.6.2.4. Creating a Temperature Profile Chart
		16.6.3. Specular Lighting
		16.6.4. Moving the Light Source
	16.7. Exporting the Results to ANSYS
		16.7.1. Thermal Data
		16.7.2. Mechanical Stresses
Chapter 17: Multiphase Flow in a Mixing Vessel
	17.1. Tutorial Features
	17.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	17.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	17.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		17.4.1. Importing the Meshes
			17.4.1.1. Importing the Mixer Tank Mesh
			17.4.1.2. Importing the Impeller Mesh
			17.4.1.3. Relocating the Impeller Mesh
			17.4.1.4. Viewing the Mesh at the Tank Periodic Boundary
		17.4.2. Creating the Domains
			17.4.2.1. Rotating Domain for the Impeller
			17.4.2.2. Stationary Domain for the Main Tank
		17.4.3. Creating the Boundaries
			17.4.3.1. Air Inlet Boundary
			17.4.3.2. Degassing Outlet Boundary
			17.4.3.3. Thin Surface for the Baffle
			17.4.3.4. Wall Boundary for the Shaft
			17.4.3.5. Required Boundary in the Impeller Domain
			17.4.3.6. Modifying the Default Wall Boundary
		17.4.4. Creating the Domain Interfaces
			17.4.4.1. Modeling the Blade Using a Domain Interface
			17.4.4.2. Rotational Periodic Interfaces
			17.4.4.3. Frozen Rotor Interfaces
		17.4.5. Setting Initial Values
		17.4.6. Setting Solver Control
		17.4.7. Adding Monitor Points
		17.4.8. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	17.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	17.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		17.6.1. Creating a Plane Locator
		17.6.2. Plotting Velocity
		17.6.3. Plotting Pressure Distribution
		17.6.4. Plotting Volume Fractions
		17.6.5. Plotting Shear Strain Rate and Shear Stress
		17.6.6. Calculating Torque and Power Requirements
Chapter 18: Gas-Liquid Flow in an Airlift Reactor
	18.1. Tutorial Features
	18.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	18.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	18.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		18.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		18.4.2. Creating the Domain
		18.4.3. Creating the Boundary Conditions
			18.4.3.1. Inlet Boundary
			18.4.3.2. Outlet Boundary
			18.4.3.3. Draft Tube Boundaries
			18.4.3.4. Symmetry Plane Boundary
			18.4.3.5. Modifying the Default Boundary
		18.4.4. Setting Initial Values
		18.4.5. Setting Solver Control
		18.4.6. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	18.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	18.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		18.6.1. Creating Water Velocity Vector Plots
		18.6.2. Creating Volume Fraction Plots
		18.6.3. Displaying the Entire Airlift Reactor Geometry
	18.7. Further Discussion
Chapter 19: Air Conditioning Simulation
	19.1. Tutorial Features
	19.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	19.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	19.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		19.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		19.4.2. Importing CEL Expressions
		19.4.3. Compiling the Fortran Subroutine for the Thermostat
		19.4.4. Creating a User CEL Function for the Thermostat
		19.4.5. Setting the Analysis Type
		19.4.6. Creating the Domain
		19.4.7. Creating the Boundaries
			19.4.7.1. Inlet Boundary
			19.4.7.2. Outlet Boundary
			19.4.7.3. Window Boundary
			19.4.7.4. Default Wall Boundary
		19.4.8. Closet Wall Interface
		19.4.9. Creating a Logical Expression for the Conditional GGI Interface
		19.4.10. Creating a Conditional GGI Interface for the Closet Door
		19.4.11. Creating Space Under the Closet Door
		19.4.12. Setting Initial Values
		19.4.13. Setting Solver Control
		19.4.14. Setting Output Control
		19.4.15. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	19.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	19.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		19.6.1. Creating Graphics Objects
			19.6.1.1. Creating Planes
			19.6.1.2. Creating an Isosurface
			19.6.1.3. Adjusting the Legend
			19.6.1.4. Creating a Point for the Thermometer
			19.6.1.5. Creating a Text Label
		19.6.2. Creating an Animation
	19.7. Further Discussion
Chapter 20: Combustion and Radiation in a Can Combustor
	20.1. Tutorial Features
	20.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	20.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	20.4. Simulating the Can Combustor with Eddy Dissipation Combustion and P1 Radiation
		20.4.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			20.4.1.1. Importing the Mesh
			20.4.1.2. Creating a Reacting Mixture
				20.4.1.2.1. To create the variable composition mixture
			20.4.1.3. Creating the Domain
			20.4.1.4. Creating the Boundaries
				20.4.1.4.1. Fuel Inlet Boundary
				20.4.1.4.2. Bottom Air Inlet Boundary
				20.4.1.4.3. Side Air Inlet Boundary
				20.4.1.4.4. Outlet Boundary
				20.4.1.4.5. Vanes Boundary
				20.4.1.4.6. Default Wall Boundary
			20.4.1.5. Setting Initial Values
			20.4.1.6. Setting Solver Control
			20.4.1.7. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		20.4.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		20.4.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			20.4.3.1. Temperature Within the Domain
			20.4.3.2. The NO Concentration in the Combustor
			20.4.3.3. Printing a Greyscale Graphic
			20.4.3.4. Calculating NO Mass Fraction at the Outlet
			20.4.3.5. Viewing Flow Field
			20.4.3.6. Viewing Radiation
	20.5. Simulating the Can Combustor with Laminar Flamelet Combustion and Discrete Transfer Radiation
		20.5.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			20.5.1.1. Removing Old Reactions
			20.5.1.2. Importing a New Reaction
			20.5.1.3. Generating the Flamelet Library
			20.5.1.4. Modifying the Reacting Mixture
			20.5.1.5. Modifying the Default Domain
			20.5.1.6. Modifying the Boundaries
				20.5.1.6.1. Fuel Inlet Boundary
				20.5.1.6.2. Bottom Air Inlet Boundary
				20.5.1.6.3. Side Air Inlet Boundary
			20.5.1.7. Setting Initial Values
			20.5.1.8. Setting Solver Control
			20.5.1.9. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		20.5.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		20.5.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			20.5.3.1. Viewing Temperature within the Domain
			20.5.3.2. Viewing the NO Concentration in the Combustor
			20.5.3.3. Calculating NO Concentration
			20.5.3.4. Viewing CO Concentration
			20.5.3.5. Calculating CO Mass Fraction at the Outlet
			20.5.3.6. Further Postprocessing
Chapter 21: Cavitation Around a Hydrofoil
	21.1. Tutorial Features
	21.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	21.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	21.4. Simulating the Hydrofoil without Cavitation
		21.4.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			21.4.1.1. Importing the Mesh
			21.4.1.2. Loading Materials
			21.4.1.3. Creating the Domain
			21.4.1.4. Creating the Boundaries
				21.4.1.4.1. Inlet Boundary
				21.4.1.4.2. Outlet Boundary
				21.4.1.4.3. Free Slip Wall Boundary
				21.4.1.4.4. Symmetry Plane Boundaries
			21.4.1.5. Setting Initial Values
			21.4.1.6. Setting Solver Control
			21.4.1.7. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		21.4.2. Obtaining the Solution using CFX-Solver Manager
		21.4.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			21.4.3.1. Plotting Pressure Distribution Data
			21.4.3.2. Exporting Pressure Distribution Data
			21.4.3.3. Saving the Postprocessing State
	21.5. Simulating the Hydrofoil with Cavitation
		21.5.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			21.5.1.1. Adding Cavitation
			21.5.1.2. Modifying Solver Control
			21.5.1.3. Modifying Execution Control
			21.5.1.4. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		21.5.2. Obtaining the Solution using CFX-Solver Manager
		21.5.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
Chapter 22: Modeling a Ball Check Valve using Mesh Deformation and the CFX Rigid Body Solver
	22.1. Tutorial Features
	22.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	22.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	22.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		22.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		22.4.2. Defining a Transient Simulation
		22.4.3. Editing the Domain
		22.4.4. Creating a Coordinate Frame
		22.4.5. Creating a Rigid Body
		22.4.6. Creating the Subdomain
		22.4.7. Creating the Boundaries
			22.4.7.1. Ball Boundary
			22.4.7.2. Symmetry Boundary
			22.4.7.3. Vertical Valve Wall Boundary
			22.4.7.4. Tank Opening Boundary
			22.4.7.5. Valve Opening Boundary
		22.4.8. Setting Initial Values
		22.4.9. Setting Solver Control
		22.4.10. Setting Output Control
		22.4.11. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	22.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	22.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		22.6.1. Creating a Slice Plane
		22.6.2. Creating Points and a Vector Plot
		22.6.3. Creating an Animation
Chapter 23: Oscillating Plate with Two-Way Fluid-Structure Interaction
	23.1. Tutorial Features
	23.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	23.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	23.4. Setting up the Project
	23.5. Adding Analysis Systems to the Project
	23.6. Adding a New Material for the Project
	23.7. Adding Geometry to the Project
	23.8. Defining the Physics in the Mechanical Application
		23.8.1. Generating the Mesh for the Structural System
		23.8.2. Assigning the Material to Geometry
		23.8.3. Basic Analysis Settings
		23.8.4. Inserting Loads
			23.8.4.1. Fixed Support
			23.8.4.2. Fluid-Solid Interface
			23.8.4.3. Pressure Load
	23.9. Completing the Setup for the Structural System
	23.10. Creating Named Selections on the Fluid Body
	23.11. Generating the Mesh for the Fluid System
	23.12. Defining the Physics and ANSYS Multi-field Settings in ANSYS CFX-Pre
		23.12.1. Setting the Analysis Type
		23.12.2. Creating the Fluid
		23.12.3. Creating the Domain
		23.12.4. Creating the Boundaries
			23.12.4.1. Fluid Solid External Boundary
			23.12.4.2. Symmetry Boundaries
		23.12.5. Setting Initial Values
		23.12.6. Setting Solver Control
		23.12.7. Setting Output Control
	23.13. Obtaining a Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	23.14. Viewing Results in CFD-Post
		23.14.1. Plotting Results on the Solid
		23.14.2. Creating an Animation
Chapter 24: Optimizing Flow in a Static Mixer
	24.1. Tutorial Features
	24.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	24.3. Setting Up ANSYS Workbench
	24.4. Creating the Project
	24.5. Creating the Geometry in DesignModeler
		24.5.1. Creating the Solid
			24.5.1.1. Setting Up the Grid
			24.5.1.2. Creating the Basic Geometry
			24.5.1.3. Revolving the Sketch
			24.5.1.4. Create the First Inlet Pipe
				24.5.1.4.1. Extrude the First Side-pipe
				24.5.1.4.2. Make the Solid Visible
			24.5.1.5. Create the Second Inlet Pipe
			24.5.1.6. Create Named Selections
	24.6. Creating the Mesh
	24.7. Setting up the Case with CFX-Pre
	24.8. Setting the Output Parameter in CFD-Post
	24.9. Investigating the Impact of Changing Design Parameters Manually
	24.10. Using Design of Experiments
	24.11. Viewing the Response Surface
	24.12. Viewing the Optimization
Chapter 25: Aerodynamic and Structural Performance of a Centrifugal Compressor
	25.1. Tutorial Features
	25.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	25.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	25.4. Setting Up the Project
	25.5. Defining the Geometry Using ANSYS BladeGen
		25.5.1. Changing the Blade Design Properties
		25.5.2. Reviewing the Geometry
	25.6. Defining the Mesh
		25.6.1. Defining the CFD Mesh Using ANSYS TurboGrid
			25.6.1.1. Defining the Shroud Tip
			25.6.1.2. Defining the Topology
			25.6.1.3. Specifying the Mesh Data Settings
			25.6.1.4. Generating the Mesh
		25.6.2. Defining the Structural Mesh Using Mechanical Model
			25.6.2.1. Specifying the Global Mesh Controls
			25.6.2.2. Defining the Virtual Topology
			25.6.2.3. Specifying the Sizing Controls
			25.6.2.4. Specifying the Face Meshing Controls
			25.6.2.5. Specifying the Method Controls
			25.6.2.6. Generating the Mesh
	25.7. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		25.7.1. Defining the Fluid Region Using Turbo Mode
			25.7.1.1. Configuring the Basic Settings
			25.7.1.2. Defining the Components
			25.7.1.3. Defining the Physics
			25.7.1.4. Specifying the Domain Interfaces
			25.7.1.5. Specifying the Boundaries
			25.7.1.6. Setting the Final Operations
		25.7.2. Defining the Solid Region Using General Mode
			25.7.2.1. Specifying the Domains
			25.7.2.2. Specifying the Boundaries
			25.7.2.3. Specifying the Domain Interfaces
	25.8. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	25.9. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
	25.10. Simulating the Structural Performance Using Static Structural
		25.10.1. Simulating the Structural Performance without Rotational Velocity
			25.10.1.1. Importing the Loads
			25.10.1.2. Specifying the Supports
			25.10.1.3. Obtaining the Solution
		25.10.2. Simulating the Structural Performance with Rotational Velocity
			25.10.2.1. Specifying the Loads
			25.10.2.2. Obtaining the Solution
Chapter 26: Axial Turbine Equilibrium and Non-Equilibrium Steam Predictions
	26.1. Tutorial Features
	26.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	26.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	26.4. Simulating the Equilibrium Phase Change Case
		26.4.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			26.4.1.1. Basic Settings
			26.4.1.2. Component Definition
			26.4.1.3. Physics Definition
			26.4.1.4. Interface Definition
			26.4.1.5. Boundary Definition
			26.4.1.6. Final Operations
			26.4.1.7. Defining the Properties of Water
			26.4.1.8. Modifications to Domain and Boundary Conditions
			26.4.1.9. Setting Initial Values
			26.4.1.10. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		26.4.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		26.4.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			26.4.3.1. Specifying Locators for Plots
			26.4.3.2. Static Pressure and Mass Fraction Contour Plots
			26.4.3.3. Static Temperature Contour Plots
	26.5. Simulating the Non-equilibrium Phase Change Case
		26.5.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			26.5.1.1. Modifying the Domains
			26.5.1.2. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		26.5.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		26.5.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			26.5.3.1. Specifying Locators for Plots
			26.5.3.2. Supercooling Contour Plot
			26.5.3.3. Nucleation Rate and Droplet Number Contour Plots
			26.5.3.4. Mass Fraction and Particle Diameter Contour Plots
			26.5.3.5. Gas and Condensed Phase Static Temperature Contour Plots
Chapter 27: Modeling a Gear Pump using an Immersed Solid
	27.1. Tutorial Features
	27.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	27.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	27.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		27.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		27.4.2. Creating Expressions for Time Step and Total Time
		27.4.3. Setting the Analysis Type
		27.4.4. Creating the Domains
			27.4.4.1. Creating an Immersed Solid Domain
			27.4.4.2. Creating the Stationary Fluid Domain
			27.4.4.3. Creating the Rotating Fluid Domain
		27.4.5. Creating the Domain Interface
		27.4.6. Creating Boundary Conditions
			27.4.6.1. Inlet Boundary
			27.4.6.2. Outlet Boundary
		27.4.7. Setting Solver Control
		27.4.8. Setting Output Control
		27.4.9. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	27.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	27.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		27.6.1. Creating a Chart of Mass Flow versus Time
		27.6.2. Creating a Velocity Vector Plot
		27.6.3. Changing the Appearance in Preparation for an Animation
		27.6.4. Creating a Keyframe Animation
Chapter 28: Drop Curve for Cavitating Flow in a Pump
	28.1. Tutorial Features
	28.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	28.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	28.4. Simulating the Pump with High Inlet Pressure
		28.4.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			28.4.1.1. Importing the Mesh
			28.4.1.2. Loading Materials
			28.4.1.3. Creating the Domain
			28.4.1.4. Creating the Boundaries
				28.4.1.4.1. Inlet Boundary
				28.4.1.4.2. Outlet Boundary
				28.4.1.4.3. Wall Boundaries
			28.4.1.5. Creating Domain Interfaces
				28.4.1.5.1. Inblock to Passage Interface
				28.4.1.5.2. Passage to Outblock Interface
			28.4.1.6. Setting Initial Values
			28.4.1.7. Setting Solver Controls
			28.4.1.8. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		28.4.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		28.4.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
	28.5. Simulating the Pump with Cavitation and High Inlet Pressure
		28.5.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			28.5.1.1. Modifying the Domain and Boundary Conditions
			28.5.1.2. Creating Expressions
			28.5.1.3. Adding Monitor Points
			28.5.1.4. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		28.5.2. Obtaining the Solution using CFX-Solver Manager
		28.5.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
	28.6. Simulating the Pump with Cavitation and a Range of Inlet Pressures
		28.6.1. Writing CFX-Solver Input (.def) Files for Lower Inlet Pressures
		28.6.2. Obtaining the Solutions using CFX-Solver Manager
		28.6.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			28.6.3.1. Generating a Drop Curve
				28.6.3.1.1. Creating a Table of the Head and NPSH Values
				28.6.3.1.2. Creating a Head-versus-NPSH Chart
				28.6.3.1.3. Viewing the Drop Curve
				28.6.3.1.4. Creating a Head-versus-NPSH Chart (Optional Exercise)
				28.6.3.1.5. Viewing the Drop Curve
			28.6.3.2. Visualizing the Cavitation Regions (Optional Exercise)
			28.6.3.3. Restoring CFX run history and multi-configuration options
Chapter 29: Spray Dryer
	29.1. Tutorial Features
	29.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	29.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	29.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		29.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		29.4.2. Importing the Evaporating CCL Drops Model Template
		29.4.3. Editing the Domain
		29.4.4. Creating and Editing the Boundary Conditions
			29.4.4.1. Water Nozzle Boundary
			29.4.4.2. Air Inlet Boundary
			29.4.4.3. Outlet Boundary
			29.4.4.4. Domain 1 Default
		29.4.5. Creating a Domain Interface
		29.4.6. Setting Solver Control
		29.4.7. Setting Output Control
		29.4.8. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	29.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	29.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		29.6.1. Displaying the Temperature Using a Contour Plot
		29.6.2. Displaying the Water Mass Fraction Using a Contour Plot
		29.6.3. Displaying the Liquid Water Averaged Mean Particle Diameter Using a Contour Plot
		29.6.4. Displaying the Liquid Water Averaged Temperature Using a Contour Plot
		29.6.5. Displaying the Liquid Water Temperature Using Particle Tracking
		29.6.6. Displaying the Diameter of a Water Drop Using Particle Tracking
Chapter 30: Coal Combustion
	30.1. Tutorial Features
	30.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	30.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	30.4. Simulating the Coal Combustion without Swirl and without Nitrogen Oxide
		30.4.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			30.4.1.1. Importing the Mesh
			30.4.1.2. Importing the Coal Combustion Materials CCL File
			30.4.1.3. Creating the Domain
			30.4.1.4. Creating the Boundary Conditions
				30.4.1.4.1. Coal Inlet Boundary
				30.4.1.4.2. Air Inlet Boundary
				30.4.1.4.3. Outlet Boundary
				30.4.1.4.4. Coal Gun No-Slip Wall Boundary
				30.4.1.4.5. Coal Inlet No-Slip Wall Boundary
				30.4.1.4.6. Air Inlet No-Slip Wall Boundary
				30.4.1.4.7. Furnace No-Slip Wall Boundary
				30.4.1.4.8. Quarl No-Slip Wall Boundary
				30.4.1.4.9. Symmetry Plane Boundaries
			30.4.1.5. Setting Solver Control
			30.4.1.6. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		30.4.2. Obtaining the Solution using CFX-Solver Manager
		30.4.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			30.4.3.1. Displaying the Temperature on a Symmetry Plane
			30.4.3.2. Displaying the Water Mass Fraction
			30.4.3.3. Displaying the Radiation Intensity
			30.4.3.4. Displaying the Temperature of the Fuel Particles
			30.4.3.5. Displaying the Ash Mass Fraction using Particle Tracking
	30.5. Simulating the Coal Combustion with Swirl and without Nitrogen Oxide
		30.5.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			30.5.1.1. Editing the Boundary Conditions
				30.5.1.1.1. Air Inlet Boundary
				30.5.1.1.2. Outlet Boundary
				30.5.1.1.3. Deleting the Symmetry Plane Boundaries
			30.5.1.2. Creating a Domain Interface
			30.5.1.3. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		30.5.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		30.5.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			30.5.3.1. Displaying the Temperature on a Periodic Interface
			30.5.3.2. Displaying the Water Mass Fraction
			30.5.3.3. Displaying the Radiation Intensity
			30.5.3.4. Displaying the Temperature using Particle Tracking
			30.5.3.5. Displaying the Ash Mass Fraction using Particle Tracking
	30.6. Simulating the Coal Combustion with Swirl and with Nitrogen Oxide
		30.6.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			30.6.1.1. Editing the Domain
			30.6.1.2. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		30.6.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		30.6.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
Chapter 31: Steam Jet
	31.1. Tutorial Features
	31.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	31.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	31.4. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
		31.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		31.4.2. Importing the Steam Jet CCL
		31.4.3. Creating a Steady-State Analysis
		31.4.4. Creating and Loading Materials
			31.4.4.1. Loading the Steam3v, Steam3l, and Steam3vl Materials
			31.4.4.2. Creating the Gas Mixture Material
			31.4.4.3. Creating the Liquid Mixture Material
		31.4.5. Creating the Domain
		31.4.6. Creating Subdomains
			31.4.6.1. Gas-to-Liquid Source Subdomain
			31.4.6.2. Liquid-to-Gas Source Subdomain
		31.4.7. Creating Boundaries
			31.4.7.1. Inlet Boundary
			31.4.7.2. Opening Boundary for the Outside Edges
			31.4.7.3. Creating the Symmetry Plane Boundaries
		31.4.8. Creating a Time Step Expression
		31.4.9. Setting Solver Control
		31.4.10. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	31.5. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
	31.6. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
		31.6.1. Displaying the Steam Molar Fraction
		31.6.2. Displaying the Gas-to-Liquid Mass Transfer Rate
		31.6.3. Displaying the Liquid-to-Gas Mass Transfer Rate
		31.6.4. Displaying the Gas-to-Liquid and Liquid-to-Gas Phase Transfer Rates in Synchronous Views
		31.6.5. Creating a Chart to Plot the False Time Step Along a Line
Chapter 32: Modeling a Buoy using the CFX Rigid Body Solver
	32.1. Tutorial Features
	32.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	32.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	32.4. Simulating the Buoy with Fully Coupled Mesh Motion
		32.4.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			32.4.1.1. Importing the Mesh
			32.4.1.2. Importing the Required Expressions From a CCL File
			32.4.1.3. Defining a Transient Simulation
			32.4.1.4. Editing the Domain
			32.4.1.5. Creating a Rigid Body
			32.4.1.6. Creating the Boundary Conditions
				32.4.1.6.1. Symmetry Boundaries
				32.4.1.6.2. Wall Boundaries
				32.4.1.6.3. Opening Boundary
			32.4.1.7. Setting Initial Values
			32.4.1.8. Setting the Solver Control
			32.4.1.9. Setting the Output Control
			32.4.1.10. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		32.4.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		32.4.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			32.4.3.1. Creating a Contour Plot
			32.4.3.2. Creating a Keyframe Animation
			32.4.3.3. Calculating the Minimum Mesh Face Angle
	32.5. Simulating the Buoy with Decoupled Mesh Motion
		32.5.1. Defining the Case Using CFX-Pre
			32.5.1.1. Creating a Subdomain
			32.5.1.2. Editing the Domain Interfaces
			32.5.1.3. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
		32.5.2. Obtaining the Solution Using CFX-Solver Manager
		32.5.3. Viewing the Results Using CFD-Post
			32.5.3.1. Loading a Contour Plot from the State File
			32.5.3.2. Creating a Keyframe Animation
			32.5.3.3. Calculating the Minimum Mesh Face Angle
	32.6. Comparing the Two Cases Using CFD-Post
Chapter 33: Time Transformation Method for an Inlet Disturbance Case
	33.1. Tutorial Features
	33.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	33.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	33.4. Defining a Steady-state Case in CFX-Pre
		33.4.1. Basic Settings
		33.4.2. Components Definition
		33.4.3. Physics Definition
		33.4.4. Modifying the Fluid Model Settings
		33.4.5. Initializing Profile Boundary Conditions
		33.4.6. Modifying Inlet and Outlet Boundary Conditions
		33.4.7. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	33.5. Obtaining a Solution to the Steady-state Case
	33.6. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
		33.6.1. Opening the Existing Case
		33.6.2. Modifying the Analysis Type
		33.6.3. Creating the Local Rotating Coordinate Frame
		33.6.4. Setting up a Transient Blade Row Model
		33.6.5. Applying the Local Rotating Frame to the Inlet Boundary
		33.6.6. Setting the Output Control and Creating Monitor Points
		33.6.7. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	33.7. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
	33.8. Viewing the Time Transformation Results in CFD-Post
		33.8.1. Creating a Turbo Surface
		33.8.2. Creating a Contour Plot
		33.8.3. Animating Temperature
Chapter 34: Fourier Transformation Method for an Inlet Disturbance Case
	34.1. Tutorial Features
	34.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	34.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	34.4. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
		34.4.1. Basic Settings
		34.4.2. Components Definition
		34.4.3. Physics Definition
		34.4.4. Disturbance Definition
		34.4.5. Modifying the Fluid Model Settings
		34.4.6. Initializing Profile Boundary Conditions
		34.4.7. Creating the Local Rotating Coordinate Frame
		34.4.8. Modifying Inlet and Outlet Boundary Conditions
		34.4.9. Setting up a Transient Blade Row Model
		34.4.10. Setting the Output Control and Creating Monitor Points
		34.4.11. Setting the Execution Control
		34.4.12. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	34.5. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
	34.6. Viewing the Fourier Transformation Results in CFD-Post
		34.6.1. Creating a Turbo Surface
		34.6.2. Creating a Contour Plot
		34.6.3. Animating Temperature
Chapter 35: Time Transformation Method for a Transient Rotor-Stator Case
	35.1. Tutorial Features
	35.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	35.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	35.4. Defining a Steady-state Case in CFX-Pre
		35.4.1. Basic Settings
		35.4.2. Components Definition
		35.4.3. Physics Definition
		35.4.4. Additional Fluid Model Settings
		35.4.5. Initializing Profile Boundary Conditions
		35.4.6. Modifying Inlet and Outlet Boundary Conditions
		35.4.7. Visualizing the Profile Boundary Value
		35.4.8. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	35.5. Obtaining a Solution to the Steady-state Case
	35.6. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
		35.6.1. Opening the Existing Case
		35.6.2. Modifying the Analysis Type
		35.6.3. Modifying the Stator/Rotor Interface
		35.6.4. Setting up a Transient Blade Row Model
		35.6.5. Setting Output Control and Creating Monitor Points
		35.6.6. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	35.7. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
	35.8. Viewing the Time Transformation Results in CFD-Post
		35.8.1. Creating a Turbo Surface
		35.8.2. Creating a Vector Plot
		35.8.3. Creating a Contour Plot
		35.8.4. Creating a Variable Time Chart
		35.8.5. Setting up Data Instancing Transformations
		35.8.6. Setting up Graphical Instancing Transformations
		35.8.7. Animating the Movement of the Rotor Relative to the Stator
Chapter 36: Fourier Transformation Method for a Transient Rotor-Stator Case
	36.1. Tutorial Features
	36.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	36.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	36.4. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
		36.4.1. Basic Settings
		36.4.2. Components Definition
		36.4.3. Physics Definition
		36.4.4. Disturbance Definition
		36.4.5. Additional Fluid Model Settings
		36.4.6. Initializing Profile Boundary Conditions
		36.4.7. Modifying Inlet and Outlet Boundary Conditions
		36.4.8. Setting up a Transient Blade Row Model
		36.4.9. Setting Output Control and Creating Monitor Points
		36.4.10. Setting the Execution Control
		36.4.11. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	36.5. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
		36.5.1. Confirming Convergence Using Derived Variables
	36.6. Viewing the Fourier Transformation Results in CFD-Post
		36.6.1. Creating a Turbo Surface
		36.6.2. Creating a Vector Plot
		36.6.3. Creating a Contour Plot
		36.6.4. Creating a Variable Time Chart
		36.6.5. Setting up Data Instancing Transformations
		36.6.6. Setting up Graphical Instancing Transformations
		36.6.7. Animating the Movement of the Rotor Relative to the Stator
Chapter 37: Fourier Transformation Method for a Blade Flutter Case
	37.1. Tutorial Features
	37.2. Overview of the Problem to Solve
	37.3. Preparing the Working Directory
	37.4. Defining a Steady-state Case in CFX-Pre
		37.4.1. Importing the Mesh
		37.4.2. Expanding Profile Data
		37.4.3. Initializing Profile Data
		37.4.4. Creating the Domain
		37.4.5. Creating the Boundaries
			37.4.5.1. Inlet Boundary
			37.4.5.2. Outlet Boundary
			37.4.5.3. Wall Boundaries
		37.4.6. Creating Domain Interfaces
		37.4.7. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	37.5. Defining a Transient Blade Row Case in CFX-Pre
		37.5.1. Opening the Existing Case
		37.5.2. Modifying the Analysis Type
		37.5.3. Modifying the Domain
		37.5.4. Creating Expressions for Frequency and Scaling Factor
		37.5.5. Modifying the R1 Blade Boundary
		37.5.6. Setting up a Transient Blade Row Model
		37.5.7. Setting Output Control and Creating Monitor Points
		37.5.8. Writing the CFX-Solver Input (.def) File
	37.6. Obtaining a Solution to the Steady-state Case
	37.7. Obtaining a Solution to the Transient Blade Row Case
	37.8. Viewing the Fourier Transformation Blade Flutter Results in CFD-Post
		37.8.1. Displaying Total Wall Work on the Blade
		37.8.2. Creating a Contour Plot for Total Wall Work on the Blade
		37.8.3. Creating an Animation for Total Wall Work on the Blade
                        

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