Design a vortex tube

in Industrial Design Services held by TIPS
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Description:
The project consists of designing a 3D model, a simulation and a drawing of Ranque-Hilch vortex tube.
This product is supposed to create a cold fraction and a hot fraction from 6-7 bar compressed air, the cold fraction is a temperature drop of 40°C.
The material of the tube is aluminum, we are willing to manufacture it on cnc lathe, so consider fabrication requirements and optimal material use.
Wants:
accuracy of simulation results
compact design
optimal for cnc lathe
parametric model
Ask for Sample:
Simulation results
Software:
  1. Autodesk Inventor
  2. SolidWorks
  3. CATIA

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