Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) using Ansys

Level:
Basic
Software:
Ansys SpaceClaim, Ansys Meshing, CFX, Fluent and CFD-Post
Workload:
16 Hours
Modality:
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In this course, you will begin your journey on learning about Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) using Ansys.

This course was prepared to be the cornerstone of training in the usage of this technology, so you will be able to work on engineering projects using CFD analysis with the quality and confidence that just can be obtained in a course that combines concepts with practical activities.

Computational Fluid Dynamics is the knowledge area that deals with flow numerical simulations, heat transfer, and related phenomena, such as chemical reactions, combustion, aeroacoustics, etc. The CFD phenomenon originates from the combination of two subjects: Fluid Mechanics and Numerical Method.

With high material and experimental costs, product development and innovation using Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Simulations have become an important factor in companies' survival. Therefore, every engineer must be able to use, with competence and reliability, the CAE simulation tools. The ESSS Institute offers a complete solution for distance learning in numerical simulation.

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