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How to Use SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation to Optimize Your Designs

If you are designing products that involve fluid flow and heat transfer, you need a powerful and easy-to-use tool to test your designs and improve performance. SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation is a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solution that is embedded within SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software. It enables you to quickly and easily simulate liquid and gas flows through and around your designs, as well as heat transfer effects, in both internal and external environments.

SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation helps you to:

Reduce the need for costly physical prototypes and testing

Optimize your designs for better performance, efficiency, and reliability

Validate your design decisions with accurate and realistic results

Communicate your design intent and results with powerful visualization tools

In this article, we will show you how to use SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation to set up and run a simple flow analysis on a valve assembly. We will also demonstrate some of the features and benefits of SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation, such as:

How to use the intuitive user interface and engineering database

How to define fluid domains, boundary conditions, and goals

How to solve the flow simulation and monitor the progress

How to post-process and visualize the results

How to perform parametric optimization studies

Setting Up the Flow Simulation

The first step in using SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation is to activate the add-in from the SOLIDWORKS menu. Once activated, you will see a new tab called Flow Simulation in the CommandManager, where you can access all the tools and commands for setting up, running, and post-processing your flow simulations.

To start a new flow simulation project, you need to click on the Wizard button in the Flow Simulation tab. The Wizard will guide you through the basic steps of defining your project name, type, units, fluid, physical features, initial and ambient conditions, wall conditions, rotation regions (if any), and goals.

In our example, we are going to analyze the flow of water through a valve assembly at different opening angles. We will use the default units of SI (m-kg-s) for our project. We will select water as our fluid from the built-in engineering database, which contains hundreds of predefined fluids, solids, fans, porous media, and materials with their thermal and physical properties. We will also enable heat conduction in solids, gravity, and time-dependent analysis for our physical features.

For our initial and ambient conditions, we will specify a standard atmospheric pressure of 101325 Pa and a temperature of 20ÂC. For our wall conditions, we will choose the default option of adiabatic wall with no slip condition. For our rotation regions, we will define a cylindrical region around the valve stem that rotates at a constant angular velocity of 10 rad/s.

The last step in the Wizard is to define our goals, which are the quantities that we want to monitor and evaluate during and after the simulation. Goals can be global or local, scalar or vector, surface or volume. In our case, we will define two global goals: mass flow rate at the inlet and outlet of the valve assembly.

Running the Flow Simulation

After completing the Wizard, we are ready to run our flow simulation. Before we do that, we need to define our fluid domain, which is the region where the fluid flows. By default, SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation uses the internal volume of your assembly or part as the fluid domain. However, you can also create external or hybrid fluid domains using lids or other geometry features.

In our example, we will use the default internal fluid domain option. To create the fluid domain, we need to click on the Check Geometry button in the Flow Simulation tab. This will automatically detect any leaks or gaps in our assembly that need to be sealed with lids. Lids are special faces that close off openings in your geometry without mod


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