Application of non-stationary viscous flow on the basis of final elements method with the use of square-law basic functions

Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW
Agriculture No 53 (Agricultural and Forest Engineering) 2009: 93-99
(Ann. Warsaw Univ. of Life Sci. - SGGW, Agricult. 53, 2009)

Application of non-stationary viscous flow on the basis of final elements method with the use of square-law basic functions

VASILY SYSUEV, PETER SAVINYKH, ALEXEY ALESHKIN, NIKOLAY TURUBANOV
N.V. Rudnitsky North-East Agricultural Research Institute, Kirov, Russia

Abstract: The results of numerical analysis on the air flow movement in crushing chamber and bypass channel of the grain crusher are presented. The analysis was based on final elements method with the use of square-law basic functions. The obtained results of calculations were compared to experimental data.

Key words: non-stationary viscous flow, final elements method, square-law basic functions.

Streszczenie: Zastosowanie nieustalonego przepływu lepkiego na podstawie metody elementów skończonych z wykorzystaniem kwadratowych funkcji podstawowych. Przedstawiono wyniki analizy liczbowej dotyczącej przepływu powietrza w komorze rozdrabniania i kanale doprowadzającym rozdrabniacza ziarna. W analizie zastosowano metodę elementów skończonych z wykorzystaniem kwadratowych funkcji podstawowych. Uzyskane wyniki obliczeń porównano z danymi doświadczalnymi.

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SYSUEV V., SAVINYKH P., ALESHKIN A., TURUBANOV N. 2009. Application of non-stationary viscous flow on the basis of final elements method with the use of square-law basic functions. Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW. Agriculture No 53 (Agricultural and Forest Engineering) 2009: 93-99

Authors' address:
Sysuev V, Savinykh P., Aleshkin A., Turubanov N.
North-East Agricultural Research Institute
N.V. Rudnitsky
610007 Kirov,
Lenin str. 166-a
Russia
SYSUEV V., SAVINYKH P., ALESHKIN A., TURUBANOV N. Application of non-stationary viscous flow on the basis of final elements method with the use of square-law basic functions