Basic Course of Fluid Dynamics Simulation using Ansys

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In this course, the students will have the opportunity to start their studies in Computational Fluid Analysis (CFD) with the use of Ansys software.

The course was prepared to be the cornerstone of training in the use of this technology, so that the professional can, in the future, act in engineering projects using CFD Analysis with the quality and confidence that can only be obtained from training with a good balance between concepts and practical activities.

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is the area of knowledge that deals with numerical simulation of flows, heat transfer and related phenomena such as chemical reactions, combustion, aeroacoustics, and others. The CFD phenomenon originates from the combination of two disciplines: fluid mechanics and numerical calculation.

With high costs of materials and experiments, product development and innovation using CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) Simulations has become an important factor in the survival of companies. With this, each engineer must be able to use, with competence and reliability, the CAE simulation tools. The ESSS Institute offers a complete solution for remote training in numerical simulation.

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