Part Assembling in NX Cad (Unigraphics)

(1)  Pipe  Vice: (2)  Knuckle  Joint: (3)  Screw  Jack: (4)  Toy  Train  Model: (5)  Socket  Spigot  Joint: (6)  AirCraft  Model: Modeling, Assembling and Drafting a Machine Vice using SolidWorks Jishnu Handique · 2018-09-08 09:12:59

Assembled  Machine  Vice:       Drafting: (1)  Clamping  Plate:     (2)  Handle  Cap:     (3)  Handle:     (4)  Jaw:     (5)  Lock Read more

Sheet Metal and Surface Modeling in NX Cad (Unigraphics) Jishnu Handique · 2018-09-08 05:37:46

Sheet Metal Designs:       Surface Models:           Read more

OpenFoam Simulation of Flow through a Pipe using Symmetric and Axi-symmetric Boundary Conditions and Comparison of their Results Jishnu Handique · 2018-08-21 12:28:55

(a) Symmetrically Simulated for Wedge Angle = 10 Degree, 25 Degree and 45 Degree (b) Axi-Symmetrically Simulated for Wedge Angle = 4 Degree   SCREENSHOT  of  the  25  Degree  Wedged  Pipe'  Inlet  in  ParaVi Read more

OpenFoam Simulation of Flow through a Pipe using Axi-symmetric Boundary Condition Jishnu Handique · 2018-08-21 12:01:04

Formulae involved: a) Entry Length of a Pipe for Laminar Flow, L = 0.07*Re*D b) Velocity = (Re*mu)/(rho*Diameter) c) Hagen-Poiseuille\'s Pressure Drop, dP = -(32*mu*u_avg*L)/(D*D) Here, u_avg = u_max/2 d) Hagen-Poiseuille\'s Velocity Distribution Read more

Finding minimum Cushion Pressure needed to break an Ice for it's different Thickness by Newton-Raphson Method in Python Jishnu Handique · 2018-08-19 07:34:42

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy as np # Functions def f(p): return pow(p,3)*(1-pow(beta,2))+(0.4*h*pow(beta,2)-sigma*pow(h,2)/pow(r,2))*pow(p,2)+(pow(sigma,2)*pow(h,4)/(3*pow(r,4)))*p-pow((sigma/3)*(pow(h,2)/pow(r,2)),3) def fprime(p) Read more

Simulation of Flow past a Cylinder for various Reynold's Number in SolidWorks Jishnu Handique · 2018-08-19 03:40:25

TAKEN INPUTS: Diameter = 0.04 m Length = 0.1 m Density of Air = 1.225 kg/m3 Dynamic Viscosity = 18.6e-6 Pa.sec at 20 Degree Celsius Reynold No. = 20, 40, 100 We know that, Reynold No. = (Density x Velocity x Diameter)/Dynamic Viscosity By applying above inp Read more

Simulation of Flow past a Cylinder for various Reynold's Numbers in SolidWorks Jishnu Handique · 2018-08-19 03:40:07

TAKEN INPUTS: Diameter = 0.04 m Length = 0.1 m Density of Air = 1.225 kg/m3 Dynamic Viscosity = 18.6e-6 Pa.sec at 20 Degree Celsius Reynold No. = 20, 40, 100 We know that, Reynold No. = (Density x Velocity x Diameter)/Dynamic Viscosity By applying above inp Read more

Design and Analysis of a Centrifugal Pump in SolidWorks Jishnu Handique · 2018-07-08 15:21:32

Total  Number of Iterations  taken  for  Simulation  =  500   CUT  PLOTs  Obtained  for  Velocity: (A)  Outlet  Velocity =  10 m/sec:     (B)  Outlet  Read more