PHOENICS Overview CHAM Technical Report. PHOENICS is a general-purpose software package which uses the techniques of CFD (i.e. Computational Fluid Dynamics) to predict quantitatively: (1) how fluids (air, water, steam, oil, blood, etc) flow in and around: engines, process equipment, buildings, human beings, lakes, river and oceans, and so on; (2) what are the associated changes of temperature and of chemical and physical composition; (3) what are the associated stresses in the immersed or surrounding solids.
Keywords for this software
References in zbMATH (referenced in 8 articles )
Showing results 1 to 8 of 8.
- Smolka, Jacek; Fic, Adam; Nowak, Andrzej J.; Kosyrczyk, Ludwik: 3-D periodic CFD model of the heating system in a coke oven battery (2014)
- Klimanek, Adam: Numerical modelling of natural draft wet-cooling towers (2013)
- Qi, Xiaoni; Liu, Zhenyan: Investigation on drag reduction of trucks (2008)
- Dong, Honggang; Gao, Hongming; Wu, Lin: Numerical simulation of fluid flow and temperature field in keyhole double-sided arc welding process on stainless steel (2006)
- Vukić, Mića; Vučković, Goran; Radojković, Nenad; Ilić, Gradimir; Stevanović, Žarko: Numerical simulation of thermal and flow processes in shell and tube heat exchangers (2004)
- Ramachandran, Kandasamy; Sato, Takehiko; Nishiyama, Hideya: 3D modeling of evaporation of water injected into a plasma jet (2003)
- Ang, K. C.; Mazumdar, J. N.: Mathematical modelling of three-dimensional flow through an asymmetric arterial stenosis (1997)
- Cross, M.; Moscardini, A. O.; Lewis, B. A.: Software engineering methodologies for scientific and engineering computation (1986)