Encyclopaedia Index

Tutorials

Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Beginners
  3. General
  4. PARSOL and Fine-Grid Embedding
  5. Importing CAD data
  6. Transient
  7. Body-Fitted Co-ordinates
  8. Polar Co-ordinates
  9. Radiation Models - IMMERSOL
  10. Combustion Models
  11. Turbulence Models
  12. Multi-phase
  13. IPSA
  14. Scalar Equation Method
  15. Algebraic Slip
  16. Shallow-water flows
  17. Lagrangian Tracker, GENTRA
  18. Moving Bodies - MOFOR
  19. FORTRAN Coding
  20. In-Form
  21. Miscellaneous
  22. PRELUDE
  23. Relational Data Input
  24. FLAIR
  25. PHOENICS Input Language
  26. Library examples

Overview

  1. Familiarisation with PHOENICS

Beginners

  1. Flow through a frictionless duct
  2. Creating a labyrinth

General

  1. Flow through a simple labyrinth
  2. Duplication of objects
  3. Cylindrical obstacles
  4. Array and group settings
  5. Fans and inlets
  6. A jet pump
  7. Fluid duct within solid
  8. Flow Around Buildings with wind-profile inlets
  9. Wind and Solar Heating
  10. Wind and Solar Heating using a Weather File
  11. Flow Over Heated Bricks
  12. Conjugate heat transfer
  13. Introducing a contaminant
  14. Modifying domain properties
  15. Working with ASSEMBLY Objects
  16. Working with Angled Inlets and Outlets - 1
  17. Working with Angled Inlets and Outlets - 2
  18. Working with Linked Angled Inlets
  19. Working with Transfer Objects
  20. Working with Thin Angled Plates
  21. Flow through a Forest - the FOLIAGE object

PARSOL and Fine-Grid Embedding

  1. PARSOL
  2. Fine-grid embedding

Importing CAD Data / Datmaker

  1. CAD Import / Datmaker: Importing and Repairing 3DS Files, Placing a CAD file, splitting a CAD file.
  2. CAD Import / Datmaker: Repairing and Splitting a CAD file into individual objects
  3. Datmaker: Merging and Subtracting Objects

Transient

  1. Heat conduction in a bar
  2. Rupture of a diaphragm

Body-Fitted Co-ordinates

  1. BFC 1 - Points and Lines
  2. BFC 2 - Making Frames
  3. BFC 3 - Frame matching
  4. BFC 4 - Copy/Transfer
  5. BFC 5 - Boundary Conditions
  6. BFC 6 - A Simple Case
  7. Multi-blocking 1 T-Junction, natural link
  8. Multi-blocking 2 3 Blocks, unnatural link
  9. Grid-generation via PIL commands

Polar Co-ordinates

  1. Flow in a Cylindrical Jet Pump
  2. 3D Swirling Flow Through an Orifice Plate

Radiation Models - IMMERSOL

  1. IMMERSOL: 2 bodies in a duct
  2. IMMERSOL in an electronics box

Combustion Models

  1. SCRS
  2. ESCRS
  3. CHEMKIN

Turbulence Models

  1. Turbulence modelling
  2. The LVEL turbulence model

Multi-phase

IPSA

  1. IPSA workshop 1 Two-Phase Flow (Solids in Air)
  2. IPSA workshop 2 Introducing non-standard interphase transport correlations using PLANT
  3. IPSA workshop 3 Two-Phase Flow (Boiling in Water/Steam system)

Scalar Equation Method

  1. SEM workshop 1 Water pouring over a backward-facing step (2D)
  2. SEM workshop 2 Water pouring into a bund (3)
  3. SEM workshop 3 A lighter fluid penetrating heavier liquid

Algebraic Slip

  1. ASM workshop 1 Flow in a Separator (2D)

Shallow-water flows

  1. Shallow-water workshop 1 Local depth in an open U-bend
  2. Shallow-water workshop 2 A whirlpool in a shallow pond: viscous flow

Lagrangian Tracker, GENTRA

  1. GENTRA: Particle-tracking Flow of solid particles over a backward facing step

Moving Bodies - MOFOR

  1. Overview of the MOF file
  2. MOFOR Example - Agitated tank

FORTRAN Coding

  1. Using PLANT
  2. Using GROUND

In-Form

  1. In-Form - Inlet boundary layer profile
  2. In-Form - Time-dependent heat source
  3. In-Form - Object-related Source
  4. In-Form - Average Values and Tabular Output

Miscellaneous

  1. Boundary conditions and sources
  2. Creating VR geometry
  3. Making new objects from old
  4. Using the AC3D Solid Modeller

PRELUDE

  1. The basic essentials
  2. Loading and running a Q3
  3. Virtual wind tunnel 1
  4. Virtual wind tunnel 2
  5. Virtual wind tunnel 3
  6. Virtual wind tunnel 4

Relational Data Input

  1. Tutorial 1 part 1
  2. Tutorial 1 part 2
  3. Tutorial 2 part 1
  4. Tutorial 2 part 2

Library examples

Several tutorials have been provided in the form of Q1 files in the input libraries. They make use of the interactive capabilities of the PHOENICS Input Language, PIL, so as to provide question-and-answer sessions.

These tutorials are run by activating the PHOENICS Satellite and then answering the questions presented on the screen.

The cases are: