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UberCloud Team 195: Simulation of Impurities Transport in a Heat Exchanger Using OpenFOAM

Team 195In this case study of the UberCloud Experiment Team 195, Eugeny Varseev from the Central Institute for Continuing Education & Training (ROSATOM-CICE&T.), Obninsk, Russia performed a numerical simulation of the transport of impurities in a heat exchanger designed for coolant purification using CFD Support’s OpenFOAM in Box v16.10. The transient process of the purification trap operation process was simulated in order to find the process stabilization time. The study was performed at two general stages: first, the steady-state thermal hydraulic simulation of the coolant flow pattern inside the heat exchanger was done using standard OpenFOAM capabilities on the local desktop. Second, the transient simulation of both dissolved impurities and crystalized particulates transport was performed using a custom OpenFOAM transport solver hosted in an UberCloud software container on the Advania Cloud in Iceland. You can download the case study HERE.

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