VECTIS multi-domain solver

VECTIS multi-domain solver

Since VECTIS can solve implicitly across several fluid and solid domains at the same time, it is ideal for advanced Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) applications.

Users can use the CHT capability of VECTIS to perform thermal analyses of engine cylinder heads, exhaust manifolds and other “hot” components to facilitate the stress and fatigue assessment of such components.

Key features

  • Implicit fluid-solid domain solver allows efficient computation of advanced CHT applications
  • Unstructured solver allows third party meshes to be imported, for example I-Deas (.unv), CEDRE (.dat,.ngeom) and Spider (.flma)
  • Powerful set of User Programmable Routines (UPR) allows direct access into the solver kernel data, including addition of source terms

Relevant resources

Application in combustion system development using VECTIS

Application in combustion system development using VECTIS

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Improving climate measurements modelling the airflow distortion over ships

Improving climate measurements modelling the airflow distortion over ships

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Diesel engine piston-bowl shape optimization by 3D CFD analysis

Diesel engine piston-bowl shape optimization by 3D CFD analysis

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Application of LDA and PIV techniques to the validation of VECTIS

Application of LDA and PIV techniques to the validation of VECTIS

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