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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
I have designed a model of dual fuel IC Engine using Solidworks attached is the picture of my model. I am looking for a freelancer who can perform AnSys ICE Combustion simulation and Heat transfer analsys on this model, Please note that I am interested only in AnSys ICEngine simulation, and I am not interested in AnSys Fluent simulation. ... I am looking for a freelancer who can perform AnSys ICE Combustion simulation and Heat transfer analsys on this model, Please note that I am interested only in AnSys ICEngine simulation, and I am not interested in AnSys Fluent simulation. Hence the freelancer need to use ICE module only not Fluent or CFX. ... He/She has to develop the necessary UDF as well. The deliverable includes the UDF, AnSys ICE simulation reports and some kind of Analsys of heat transfer, pressure , temperature , and a very quick training on how you did the analysis .
Skills: ANSYS C Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
Depending for the furniture that we would need, we will give you the characteristics, general dimensions, target weith, materials, features, surface finish, production processes to considerer: Plastic's Injection, Blow-Moulding, Rotomoulding; these for covers and seat-backs. For metal structures you can use metal's tubes of differents commercials profiles.
Skills: ANSYS Computer-Aided Design Creative & Talent Manufacturing Design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $550 - Posted
Using FEA, EXPLICIT dynamics, simulate a vehicle crashing into a fence (cable and post) system. The goal of this project is to determine the total penetration of the vehicle, past the fence line, due to the deflection/stretching in cables and any bending/rotation of the post and foundation. See attached detailed scope of fence system to be analyzed. -Must be able to simulate a crash of vehicle to cable post/fence and provide accurate results. Attached also, "Progressive Failure Simulation of Security Cable Barriers", is a VERY useful study paper on this type of fence and FEA software simulation.. -Please NOTE that this is NOT just a 3D modeling or an artist rendering project, It is a dynamic analysis/simulation mechanical/structural engineering project. This link shows an example of FEA cable/post crash. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kbl155ewQyU The payment will be as follows; Milestone 1:- Truck hitting cables at 90 degrees with cables attached at each end (fixed point ends) and show/provide truck penetration and cable tension. This will be first compared to with actual crash test results. If results are comparable then we move on with the project to Milestone 2. If not, the project will be canceled. (20% of project amount if results match actual) Milestone 2:- Foundation and end bollard combination analysis. Truck hitting cables at 90 degrees with cables attached at each end to post (not a fixed point as the foundation and post may move or bend) and show/provide truck penetration. (50% of project amount) Milestone 3:- Truck direct hitting post analysis. (30% of project amount) -Note that the project may be canceled at any time if after a couple of attempts, the proper results are not provided or we feel that the freelancer does not have a proper understanding of dynamic/engineering analysis. -Provide your related experience and/or any examples of simulation projects you have previously done. -Also, please provide the number of days you will require to complete this project (without our review/approval time between milestones).
Skills: ANSYS Computer-Aided Design Finite Element Analysis Mechanical Engineering
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I have a CAD model of the impeller and flow channel. I am currently doing this cfd analysis on Ansys CFX. The domain contains a stationary and rotating domain and between them is a frame changing interface.
Skills: ANSYS Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
Fixed Price Budget - Expert ($$$) - $30 to $250 - Posted
I need a specialist who can make multiphysics simulations on Ansys. Simulations contain liquid and solid deformation simultaneously and optimisations.
Skills: ANSYS
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Hello everyone, I have a plenty of upcoming projects on multidisciplinary engineering domain including product design, structural analysis and CFD to say the least. So, I am looking for entry level freelancer with good technical and communication skills. The price for each project will be fixed before starting the project and also reward will be given based on performance. Thank you.
Skills: ANSYS CATIA Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Finite Element Analysis
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
For this project, you have to show Transonic Airfoil analysis over a range in Mach numbers to see the effect on lift and drag coefficients. Follow the tutorial, but set the far-field freestream conditions to sea level standard pressure and temperature. Then run the solution for Mach numbers at 0.5, 0.6 and 0.7, and then from 0.72 through 0.84 in increments of no more than 0.04. Record the lift and drag coefficients for each case to plot versus Mach number. After each solution, plot a contour plot of Mach number over your airfoil and save it. You can save images of the graphics window by using the "Save Pictures" button next to the file save icon in the upper left part of the window. Also, create an xy plot of Skin Friction Coefficient (under Wall Fluxes) to see if separation occurs (a negative shear stress) after the shock wave on the surface. Save this plot for inclusion in your report. Create a project report showing your lift and drag versus Mach number plots along with the Mach contour plots and surface shear stress plots.
Skills: ANSYS Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)