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Ansys Fluent Meshing with Fault-Tolerant Meshing (FTM) Workflow (Self-paced Learning Available)

Course Overview

The objective of this self-paced video course is to provide instruction on the use of the Fault-Tolerant Meshing (FTM) guided workflow in Ansys Fluent Meshing. Instructor demonstration videos teach trainees the skills needed to use the FTM workflow to generate high quality meshes for CFD simulation:


Teaching Method

Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge.

Learning Outcome

Following completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Prepare internal flow and external flow applications using FTM
  • Use of key workflow tasks: feature recovery, size control definition and leakage patching
  • Create meshes with multiple fluid regions using construction surfaces
  • Create a box shaped porous zone for heat exchanger or filter applications
  • Usage of part management for CAD assemblies and its advanced options

 Available Dates

Currently, no training dates available

Learning Options

Training materials for this course are available with an Ansys Learning Hub Subscription. If there is no active public schedule available, private training can be arranged. 

Self-paced Learning 

Complete a class on your own schedule at your own pace. Scope is equivalent to Instructor led classes. Includes video lecture, workshops and input files. All our Self-Paced video courses are only available with an Ansys Learning Hub subscription.


This is a self-paced training course only, covering self-paced videos and workshops.

Only available with a Subscription.

  • Module 1: Introduction
    • Lecture 01: Introduction and Overview
    • Workshop 01: Manifold Internal Flow
  • Module 2: Workflow Tasks Part 1
    • Lecture 02: Workflow Tasks Part 1
    • Workshop 02: Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) Meshing of Electric Motor
  • Module 3: Workflow Tasks Part 2
    • Lecture 03: Workflow Tasks Part 2
    • Workshop 03: Electric Motorbike External Flow
  • Module 4: Additional Topics
    • Lecture 04: Additional Topics