MpCCI FSI Mapper

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Thermal mapping example for Micro-Electronic Devices

Concept


The FSI-Mapper is able to read various CFD export formats as well as input decks for Abaqus, Ansys, and Nastran. The two meshes between which the interpolation shall take place have to be 2-dimensional surface meshes in a 3- dimensional space. The quantities that can be read and mapped are film temperature, wall heat transfer coefficient, the wall heat flux and pressure.

A specific feature is the possibility to compute »Average over Rotation Axis«: If the CFD model uses the frozen-rotor option the quantity values from the frozen-rotor computations will be averaged and these quantity values will be mapped to the CSM model. The mapped quantity values can be imported into Abaqus or Nastran models.

Furthermore, it is possible to compare two geometries with the FSI-Mapper.

Online Demo

Thermal mapping example for Micro-Electronic Devices - transfering results from FloTHERM simulation (*.flofea) to an Abaqus input model (*.inp).

MpCCI Product Pages

More information, manuals and the software itself can be found on our product pages at http://www.mpcci.de.

File Interfaces


The FSIMapper supports a growing number of CFD export file formats and input formates for CSM.

Further interfaces are under development. If you are interested to map your own file formats through FSIMapper we would be happy to support you.

 

Source Formats

Quantities

CFD

  • ANSYS Fluent (.cas, .dat)
  • ANSYS CFX (.csv)
  • EnSight Gold (.case)
  • FINE/Turbo (.cgns)
  • FloTHERM, FloEFD

pressure

heat flux

temperature

film temperature, heat coeff.

EM

  • MagNet (.vtk)
  • FloEFD

force

temperature

 

 

Target Formats

Target Analyses

FEM

  • Abaqus
  • ANSYS Mech.
  • Nastran

deformation

stress

heat transfer

NVH

fatigue