Computational Fluid Dynamics Course (Duration: 40 Hours)

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is an interdisciplinary subject encompassing applied mathematics, physics and computational software. Using numerical analysis and algorithms, CFD predicts, visualizes, and analyses how a gas or liquid flows and impacts the performance of a product.

 

 

The course trains students in CAD software covering a wide range of applications such as liquid and gas flow with heat transfer; external and internal fluid flows; laminar, turbulent, and transitional flows; time-dependent flow; subsonic, transonic, and supersonic regimes; gas mixture, liquid mixture; conjugate heat transfer; heat transfer in solids, among others. Students are offered projects with expert assistance.

 

Course Structure

  • Fluent simulation process
  • ANSYS Fluent GUI and software preliminaries
  • Flow mix and heat transfer (3D)
  • Meshing using ANSYS meshing application
  • Transonic flow – Airfoil
  • CFD simulation setup
  • Modeling multi species flow
  • Turbulence model in Fluent
  • Modeling periodic heat flow
  • Advanced post processing
  • Radiation and convection
  • Turbulent flow in heat exchanger
  • Siphoning using multiphase

Scope

 CFD engineers find employment in a wide range of industries such as automotive, aerospace, defense, life science, machinery, and high tech. They are hired in all product design and manufacturing companies, as almost every design encounters fluid dynamics at some point, whether heat or liquids, internal or external.