Can I plot fan curve in Fluent from piecewise-linear settings that I entered on a fan boundary condition?
March 17, 2023 at 1:10 pmSolutionParticipant
The fan curve plot is an option in Icepak, but it is not readily available in Fluent. The following solution shows you how to do it: 1) Load the attached scheme file with ‘File–>Read –> Scheme’ and choose “display-fan-curve.scm” 2) Type scheme function: (plot-fan-curve ‘orifice) where ‘orifice’ is the name of your fan condition. The pressure jump specification has to be piecewise-linear to make this scheme function work. ———————————- A second function is also added if you want to modify the list of points in the fan curve: (modify-fan-curve ‘orifice ‘((0 . 1000) (0.5 . 980) (1 . 900) (1.5 . 870) (2 . 800) (3 . 600) (4 . 300) (4.5 . 0))) ———————————- Note that you make this scheme file loaded automatically if you include it in your .fluent file, which is in your home directory.
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