Mathematical modeling of physical processes in electromagnetic water filters and heat exchangers
The paper proposes a complex mathematical model designed to analyze the processes taking place in electromagnetic water filters and heat exchangers in terms of scale formation and removal. The formed mathematical model includes models of fluid flow taking into account thermal effects, the evolution of pollutant concentration with the reflection of convection-diffusion processes and electrostatic effects to take into account filtration effects. The software implementation of the computational algorithm for three-dimensional geometry is based on the finite volume grid method and parallel computing. The results of model calculations were obtained for the problem of electromagnetic water cleaning and the problem of scale contamination of the heat exchanger using the developed software package.