Introduction to ANSYS FLUENT
|Date||April 15, 2013 - April 19, 2013 (5 days)|
The complete Intro to ANSYS FLUENT training is a 5 day course.
On day 1, we will focus on the general workflow to perform a simulation.
On day 2 and 3 the training will focus on the FLUENT solver and how to setup, solve and post-process your results from ANSYS FLUENT.
On day 4 the training will focus on geometry creation and specifically focus on ANSYS DesignModeler. If you know that you will be using ANSYS DesignModeler, then you should definitely plan on attending day 1 of training. Even if you don't plan on using ANSYS DesignModeler, this day of training could still be helpful since we will discuss some things to think about when creating geometries for CFD analyses and we will also talk about the geometry cleanup tools in ANSYS DesignModeler. If you are unsure if the ANSYS DesignModeler training is right for you, please contact email@example.com.
On day 5 the training will focus on creating your CFD meshes using ANSYS Meshing. If you will be using another program to create your CFD meshes, you may still find this day of training to be helpful because we will talk about some of the important things that you need to consider when creating CFD meshes. If you are unsure if the ANSYS Meshing training is right for you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course is intended for people who have had little or no experience with ANSYS FLUENT. New users of the software should register for the five-day training course which includes the following topics:
- Day 1: CFD workflow
- Day 2: Introduction to ANSYS FLUENT Solver
- Day 3: Continuation of ANSYS FLUENT Solver training
- Day 4: Introduction to ANSYS DesignModeler
- Day 5: Introduction to ANSYS Meshing
The modules can be booked as individual courses at 750€/day (exc. VAT). A 30% discount is available to academic customers. For commercial customers there are discounts for groups attending the same course. Please contact us for information.
- A technical education and background is recommended but an engineering degree is not required.
Recommended Follow-on Courses (which is dependent upon the student's interests and applications)
- Combustion Modeling
- Turbulence Modeling
- User Defined Functions
- Multiphase Modeling
- Heat Transfer Modeling
- Dynamic Mesh Modeling
- Acoustics Modeling
- Rotating Machinery Modeling
- Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) Modeling
|December 07, 2015||United States,Texas,Houston|