Numerical and Comparative Study of the Turbulence Effect on Elbows and Bends for Sanitary Water Distribution

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Title Numerical and Comparative Study of the Turbulence Effect on Elbows and Bends for Sanitary Water Distribution
Estudio numérico y comparativo del efecto de turbulencia en codos y dobleces para distribución de agua sanitaria
 
Creator Toapanta-Ramos, Luis Fernando
Zapata-Cautillo, Jorge Alejandro
Cholango-Gavilanes, Andrea Isabel
Quitiaquez, William
Nieto-Londoño, César
Zapata-Benabithe, Zulamita
 
Subject bend
elbow
kappa-epsilon
kappa-omega
turbulence
codo
doblez
kappa-épsilon
kappa-omega
turbulencia
 
Description This article presents the numerical and comparative study of the effect of turbulence on elbows and bends for the parameters of an inch, by means of CFD and under the same working conditions (velocity, pressure and temperature), to determine the fluctuation in turbulence of kinetic energy between these two accessories varying the turbulence models. Two methodologies were used for this investigation, kappa-epsilon (k-ε) and kappa-omega (k-ω). The method (k- ε) is divided into three models: standard, RNG and realizable, in which turbulence of kinetic energy and of dissipation is transformed. The method (k-ω) also has three variants: standard, SST, BSL. The work presents a greater turbulence for the method of (k- ε) in kinetic energy and dissipation under the standard model for both elbow and bend, while in the method (k-ω) there is a greater turbulence of kinetic energy in the BSL model for both accessories, as in the method (k-ε) the standard model of (k-ω) represents a greater frequency turbulence.
En este artículo se presenta el estudio numérico y comparativo del efecto de turbulencia en codos y dobleces para diámetros de una pulgada, mediante CFD y bajo las mismas condiciones de trabajo (velocidad, presión y temperatura), para determinar la fluctuación en la turbulencia de energía cinética entre estos dos accesorios variando los modelos de turbulencia. Se emplearon dos metodologías para esta investigación, kappa-épsilon (k- ε) y kappa-omega (k-ω). El método (k- ε) se divide en tres modelos: estándar, RNG y realizable, en los cuales se genera turbulencia de energía cinética y de disipación. El método (k-ω) también posee tres variantes: estándar, SST, BSL. El trabajo presenta una mayor turbulencia para el método de (k- ε) en energía cinética y de disipación bajo el modelo estándar tanto para codo como doblez, mientras que en el método (k-ω) se produce una mayor turbulencia de energía cinética en el modelo BSL para ambos accesorios, al igual que en el método (k- ε), el modelo estándar de (k-ω) representa una mayor turbulencia de frecuencia.
 
Publisher Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia
 
Date 2019-10-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
research
investigación
Artículo de revista
 
Format application/pdf
application/xml
 
Identifier https://revistas.uptc.edu.co/index.php/ingenieria/article/view/10156
10.19053/01211129.v28.n53.2019.10156
 
Source Revista Facultad de Ingeniería; Vol 28 No 53 (2019); 101-118
Revista Facultad de Ingeniería; Vol. 28 Núm. 53 (2019); 101-118
2357-5328
0121-1129
 
Language spa
 
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