Numerical analysis and fluid structure interaction of flow around a flat plate at low reynolds number

Aerodynamic performance and fluid-structure interaction (FSI) has been investigated via numerical evaluation of flow around a rectangular plate. This case is representing the complicated structure used in aerospace and surveillance in the navy region. This analysis carried out via applying finite thing method over the fluid-structure system of rectangular plate (structure) and fluid (air) with the aid of considering the coupled effect. The mathematical mannequin has once developed the use of a combination of FEM and sanders shell theory. The pace conceivable and Bernoulli’s equation are adopted to categorical the fluid strain performing on the flat plate. In the first phase of the work fluid flow simulation at Reynold’s number 500, 1000, 2000, and 3000 will be performed with the perspective of attack zero to one hundred fifty, the ends result from the CFD solver will be fed in the shape of carrying and drag forces are fed into the ANSYS workbench solver and one-way fluid shape interplay was performed The outcomes provide a great measure of confidence in the fidelity of the simulation.

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