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Simulating High-Speed (Compressible) Flows Using Ansys Fluent – Subsonic to Hypersonic

19 June 2020

11:30 AM (IST)

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Simulating compressible flows from low subsonic to hypersonic speeds requires choosing the right solver, parameters associated with the solver, domain size, physical models, etc. In this webinar, we look at the various options available in Ansys Fluent to solve compressible flows and share best practices for obtaining faster and accurate solutions. We also present a variety of case studies that demonstrate subsonic to hypersonic flow simulation solutions.

In this webinar, learn to use Fluent more efficiently: Reduce time to convergence, while achieving more accurate results with less effort.

Simulating High-Speed (Compressible) Flows Using Ansys Fluent – Subsonic to Hypersonic

Simulating High-Speed (Compressible) Flows Using Ansys Fluent – Subsonic to Hypersonic

 

Speaker Bio

Simulating High-Speed (Compressible) Flows Using Ansys Fluent – Subsonic to Hypersonic - Speaker

Balasubramanyam Sasanapuri - Lead Technology Specialist – Aerospace & Defense

Mr. Balasubramanyam Sasanapuri is a lead technology specialist with Ansys, located in Hyderabad. He serves as a technical adviser for key aerospace and defense customers in India. Over the last 15 years at Ansys, Bala has played different roles and worked with aerospace and defense customers across the U.S., Europe, China, Korea, Japan and India. He has led Ansys efforts in American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) workshops and represented Ansys in the Cabin Air Reformative Environment (CARE) consortium. Bala is a senior member of AIAA. His areas of interest include external aerodynamics, turbulence, optimization, reduced-order modeling and system-level simulation. Bala holds a master’s degree in aerospace engineering from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

Who Should Attend?

Any engineer or scientist interested in simulating external or internal compressible flows (subsonic, supersonic and hypersonic).

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