ANSYS CFX is a high performance, general purpose CFD program that has been applied to solve wide-ranging fluid flow problems for over 20 years. At the heart of ANSYS CFX is its advanced solver technology, the key to achieving reliable and accurate solutions quickly and robustly. The modern, highly parallelized solver is the foundation for an abundant choice of physical models to capture virtually any type of phenomena related to fluid flow: laminar to turbulent (including transition), incompressible to fully compressible, subsonic to trans- and supersonic, isothermal or with heat transfer by convection and/or radiation, non-reacting to combusting, stationary and/or rotating devices, single fluids and mixtures of fluids in one or more phases (incl. free surfaces), and much, much more. The solver and its many physical models are wrapped in a modern, intuitive, and flexible GUI and user environment, with extensive capabilities for customization and automation using session files, scripting, and a powerful expression language.

But ANSYS CFX is more than ‘just’ a powerful CFD code: with its integration into the ANSYS Workbench Platform, users benefit from superior bi-directional connections to all major CAD systems, powerful geometry modification and creation with ANSYS DesignModeler, advanced meshing technologies in ANSYS Meshing, and easy drag-and-drop transfer of data and results to share between applications (e.g. to use a fluid flow solution in the definition of a boundary load of a subsequent structural mechanics simulation). Furthermore, a native 2-way connection to ANSYS structural mechanics products allows users to capture even the most complex fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems, in the same easy-to-use environment, saving the need to purchase, administer, or run 3rd party coupling software.

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Features

ANSYS CFX-Pre and the CFX User Environment
Easily set-up both standard and highly complex fluid dynamics analyses

Turbulence Modeling
Capture turbulence effects accurately and efficiently

Multi-Phase Flow Simulation
Model all types of flows with more than one phase: particles, bubbles, free surfaces, mixing and separating, and more

Chemical Reactions and Combustion
A full suite of models to capture reacting and combusting flows

Fluid-Structure Interaction
Comprehensive set of features to capture all types of interaction between solid structures and fluids

ANSYS CFX Solver Technology
The heart of ANSYS CFX: fast, robust and reliable solver technology

Heat Transfer and Radiation
Account for heat transfer in by diffusion, advection and radiation, both in fluids and solids

Rotating Machinery
Incorporate more than 20 years experience in CFD for turbomachinery in your analysis

Material Properties
Complete flexibility in material properties, from a rich set of pre-defined materials or with flexible user-defined options

ANSYS CFD-Post
Comprehensive post-processing of ANSYS CFX results is provided with ANSYS CFD-Post

 

Technical Seminar/Hands-On Events

Ozen Engineering Inc. holds ANSYS Technical Seminars and Hands-On Training every month. Classes are taught by Ozen Engineering experts who have extensive ANSYS application experience as well as FEA and CFD computer-aided engineering expertise. To see our events schedule or register for an upcoming event, please go to our Events page.