Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for Professionals
Skills to improve your CFD results
Created by Dr Aidan Wimshurst - Senior Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Engineer
Students: 218, Price: $29.99
Students: 218, Price: Paid
This course will show you the skills that are used by the top Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) engineers to separate themselves from the beginners. You will learn how to carry out a mesh sensitivity study correctly using Richardson Extrapolation. This is a technique that is recommended by the Journal of Fluids Engineering and is often not taught in engineering classes. You will also learn how to choose the right RANS turbulence model (k - epsilon, k - omega SST) and how to get the most out of your contour plots and line graphs. Worked examples are provided throughout the course, with python code and Excel spreadsheets. By the end of the course you will be confident and ready to apply the skills in your own CFD calculations. The lessons in this course can be applied to any CFD code, so it does not matter what CFD code you use (Fluent, CFX, OpenFOAM etc.)
Mastering ANSYS Mesh Generation with ICEM CFD
CFD Mesh Generation Techniques
Created by Mohamed Sereez - Research Fellow in Aerodynamics
Students: 203, Price: $19.99
Students: 203, Price: Paid
In the modern engineering society , Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is often used in the early design and testing stages of production to improve performance of the desired product. Through the context of this course, I will be teaching you modern methods in developing and generating structured, unstructured and hybrid meshes for ANSYS, OpenFOAM and any other applications you may want to use. The course comes in three parts a) Introduction and Interface b) Unstructured and Multi-Zone meshing methods and c) Structured blocking and Meshing methods.
Ansys TurboGrid: Complete course for beginners
Learn how to create high quality mesh quickly using Ansys Turbogrid
Created by Kirubakaran P - Aerospace Engineer
Students: 130, Price: $19.99
Students: 130, Price: Paid
This course provides the complete fundamentals of Ansys Turbogrid meshing for turbomachinery components.
The course contents include demonstration of mesh generation for axial compressors, centrifugal compressors and axial turbines. There are two NASA test cases included in the course. The mesh generated for these models can be used for CFD validation purpose. Two assignments are provided in this course for practicing mesh generation using turbogrid. This will help to get hands on experience with the software.
There is a bonus part in the end, which demonstrates how to import the generated mesh into Ansys CFX, solve and post-process the results. This is to provide basic understanding of the operation of gas turbine components.
Computational Fluid Dynamics 2
Further Develop Your Own Working CFD Code
Created by Robert Spall - Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Students: 126, Price: $24.99
Students: 126, Price: Paid
This course is a follow-up to my Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics course. In this course we extend the capabilities of the two-dimensional, incompressible Navier-Stokes solver developed in the first course to include enhancements such as unsteady flow capabilities, second-order and blended interpolations for the convection terms, pressure, symmetry, and periodic boundary conditions, mesh clustering, the energy equation, and perhaps other topics as deemed appropriate. (Recently added a Poisson solver using red/black iteration scheme with OpenMP for parallelization.) All codes are written in Fortran90 and are available for download, as are the course notes. Upon successful completion of the course students should be able to develop their own codes or modify the available codes to solve problems of varying complexity. To get the maximum benefit from this course, I recommend that students complete the first course, or have an equivalent background.
COMSOL Multiphysics complete course
Quickly learn to solve multiphysics simulations from scratch in COMSOL. Solve structural, frequency, CFD problems...
Created by Laureano Boira Radiu - Ingeniero Industrial, Profesor universitario, Diseñador
Students: 109, Price: $89.99
Students: 109, Price: Paid
This comprehensive course is designed for students, engineers, researchers... to be able to use COMSOL Multiphysics from scratch to conduct physical simulations in a simple and practical way. Never mind if you have no experience in Finite Elements or COMSOL, you will be equally capable of understanding everything and you will finish the course with mastery of the subject.
After several years working as an Industrial Engineer, I have realized that mastering the Finite Elements to solve physical problems today is something very necessary in engineering and is really sought. And in addition, the demand is increasing. Knowing how to carry out this type of simulation can give you many job opportunities and many economic benefits.
And as if that were not enough, solving these simulations in COMSOL will offer you even more advantages, since it is a very complete software that offers you a multitude of physical modules for simulation, such as structural, mechanical, frequency or CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics)... For this reason, in just a few years it has become one of the leaders in the sector and one of the programs most sought by companies in the figure of the engineer.
The big problem has always been the complexity to learn that it requires, since its understanding is not easy. In this course I try to facilitate this entire learning and improvement process, and you will be able to carry out and understand your own problems in a short time, as well as their physical sense and the logic of the procedure, thanks to the step-by-step and detailed resolution of 5 complete on-demand problems in which you will master the main and different physical applications of COMSOL Multiphysics:
STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS: With this problems you will learn to carry out structural simulations and and will understand solid mechanics physics thanks to two problems; a static analysis of a wrench (stationari study) and a dynamic analysis (time dependent study)
FLOW PROBLEMS: You will be able to perform a CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) step by step through a laminar flow problem past a cylinder, and you will also solve another problem of Fluid-Structure Interaction
FREQUENCY ANALYSIS: You will be able to understand acoustics physics and eigenfrequency study, solving problems of natural frequency analysis of structures and beams
In other words, what I want is to contribute my grain of sand and teach you all those things that I would have liked to know in my beginnings and that nobody told me. In this way, you will be able to learn to solve different types of problems quickly and make versatile and complete use of COMSOL software. And if that were not enough, I will be at your disposal and I will answer all the questions you want in the shortest possible time.
Learning COMSOL Multiphysics has never been easier. What are you waiting to join?
Advanced Ansys Fluent = Let’s focus Advanced Topic
Turbulance, Heat Transfer, Transient, Moving Zones & Non Conformal Interfaces, Best Practice Guideline
Created by Erkan Selimoglu - Lead CFD Engineer
Students: 67, Price: $44.99
Students: 67, Price: Paid
This is an advanced level courses and focus specific main topic,listed below. Also This course is a perfect fusion of CFD theory and software exposure. This course explicitly focuses on solver and post-processing part od typical CFD process using simulation tools Ansys Fluent. Each chapter has specific workshop model,showing how to use the tools(step by step), for doing more practice.
Following topic will be covered in this course;
Chapter 1= To learn how to set up and solve turbulent flows using different turbulence models and near wall treatments, learn how to use the post process y+ and also Turbulence Flow Characteristic, Learn Turbulence Model such as Spalart Allmaras Model, K-E Models such as Standart K-E , Realizable K-E models, K-W models, Calculating Y+, Boundary Layer Profiles,Wall Modelling Strategies such as Using Wall Functions, Resolving the Viscous Sublayers,Enhanced Wall Treatments , Inlet Boundary Conditions. Doing more practice with Workshop model section.
Chapter 2 = Heat Transfer type such as Convection, Conduction, Radiation, Modeling Heat Transfer in Walls such as Mesh the wall, Specified Wall Thickness and Specified Shell Conduction, Conjugate Heat Transfer, Post Processing Heat Transfer and Natural convection of the heated air and modelling thermal radiation. Doing more practice with Workshop model section.
Chapter 3=Focus specifically for Transient(Unsteady CFD Analysis), learn how to Select the suitable Transient Time Step Size, Converge Behavior, Solution Method, Using the Non-Iterative Time Advancement(NITA), Animations-Unsteady Flow Modeling, Post-Processing, Transient Charts, Fourier Transform, Auto saving results during the simulation and generating animations of the solutions. Doing more practice with Workshop model section.
Chapter 4=Inserting Non Conformal Interfaces, Periodic Boundary Conditions, Moving Zones such as Moving Reference Frames, Moving /Deforming Domains and Different Approaches such as Single Reference Frame(SRF) , Multiple Reference Frame(MRF), Mixing Plane(MPM), Sliding Mesh(SMM). Doing more practice with Workshop model section.
Chapter 5= Different Source of Error such as Round off Errors, Iteration Errors, Solution Errors, Model Errors and Meshing Best Practice Guidelines comparison with experimental data. Doing more practice with Workshop model section.
OpenFOAM essential course
Learn how to simulate CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) problems in OpenFOAM. From scratch and step by step!
Created by Laureano Boira Radiu - Ingeniero Industrial, Profesor universitario, Diseñador
Students: 61, Price: $89.99
Students: 61, Price: Paid
This comprehensive course is designed for students, engineers, researchers... to be able to use OpenFOAM from scratch to conduct CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) in a simple and practical way. Never mind if you have no experience in CFD or OpenFOAM, you will be equally capable of understanding everything and you will finish the course with mastery of the subject.
After several years working as an Industrial Engineer, I have realized that CFD is one of the most powerful tools that exist in engineering and is really sought. And in addition, the demand is increasing. Knowing how to carry out this type of simulation can give you many job opportunities and many economic benefits.
And as if that were not enough, solving these simulations in OpenFOAM will offer you even more advantages, since it is an open source software that is not subject to licenses (it is free) and that can offer equally optimal or even more accurate results than commercial programs. For this reason, in just a few years it has become one of the leaders in the sector and one of the programs most sought by companies in the figure of the engineer.
The big problem has always been the complexity to learn that it requires, since its understanding is not easy. In this course I try to facilitate this entire learning and improvement process, and you will be able to carry out and understand your own flow problems in a short time, as well as their physical sense and the logic of the procedure, thanks to the step-by-step and detailed resolution of great variety of complete on-demand problems in which you will master the main and different physical applications of OpenFOAM and CFD:
You will understand how to select the correct solver and setting your own simulations
In other words, what I want is to contribute my grain of sand and teach you all those things that I would have liked to know in my beginnings and that nobody told me. In this way, you will be able to learn to solve different types of problems quickly and make versatile and complete use of OpenFOAM. And if that were not enough, I will be at your disposal and I will answer all the questions you want in the shortest possible time.
Learning OpenFOAM has never been easier. What are you waiting to join?
ICEMCFD Master Class (Level 2)
Perfect meshing for CFD
Created by Sijal Ahmed - CFD Engineer,CFD Instructor
Students: 51, Price: $49.99
Students: 51, Price: Paid
Meshing is the most important part of any CFD process. Meshing is the process to divide continuous domain in discrete parts known as control volumes. After discretizing, this mesh is provided to numerical (CFD) solver to solve algebraic equations arising from partial differential equations of continuous domain. Therefore meshing is most important part of any CFD process and accuracy & stability of CFD process largely depends on good quality mesh.
It is estimated that around 70% time is spent on meshing in any CFD project. But after taking this course, you will be expert in meshing and you can generate meshes in very less time than rest of CFD community.
In meshing you can either go with full hexa meshing or tetra meshing (with prism layers). Hexa meshing is more of an art and requires great deal of time. But yields most accurate solution. It also requires less number of nodes and hence it require less compactional resources and less solution time. It also avoids numerical errors /numerical diffusivity as you can observe in tetra meshes. It is estimated that tetra meshes requires as much as five times of mesh size as that of hexa meshing.
In this course you will enhance your ICEMCFD hexa meshing skills on more complicated geometries such as circular cylinder, 3D airfoils, stirred tank, wind turbine etc. Here you will each and every trick/tip of business of CFD meshing. After going through this course, you will be able to create perfect grid according to CFD simulation requirements and hence will be able to get most accurate results in less time.
We will cover different topics as well which will increase effectiveness of hexa meshing.
Ansys Fluent – Classic Workflow
Created by Koti Pramod Reddy Guntaka - CAE Application Engineer
Students: 30, Price: $69.99
Students: 30, Price: Paid
Ansys Fluent - Classic Workflow will teach you how to do a basic CFD simulation starting from a geometry in Ansys Space Claim Direct Modeler, creating a computational mesh in Workbench Meshing and solving and visualizing results in Ansys Fluent. This workflow is recommended if you want an easy to use tool to create structured or unstructured mesh on simple to semi complicated geometries. This Workbench based workflow in is easy to parameterize and fully automated so it is also a good starting point for design exploration.
This course teaches the essential skills you will need to start performing basic computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations on your own using Ansys Fluent software. Instructor demos and hands-on workshops cover every aspect of the end-to-end CFD workflow, including working with CAD models in Ansys SpaceClaim, creating quality CFD meshes with Ansys Meshing, and all aspects of performing CFD simulations in Ansys Fluent . Course Modules 01 through 05 are organized into geometry (Ansys SpaceClaim), meshing (Ansys Meshing) and solver (Ansys Fluent) topics, and for each of these three topics students go through the complete end-to-end workflow of a different CFD problem.
Lectures and computer practical sessions to validate acquired knowledge. A major emphasis is placed on teaching by software demonstration and on the development of a solution to a design challenge from start to finish.
Aerodynamic Concepts Design Analysis with catia ansys fluent
Computational fluid dynamics Thermodynamics Strength of materials - Engineering concepts design & analysis
Created by R Nath - Experienced Product Designer
Students: 2, Price: $54.99
Students: 2, Price: Paid
AIM : This program is focused on Product Design & Developments related to Aerodynamics and Thermodynamics results in stress generations against structural deformations. After completion of this one should able to do any kind of product design in Catia and analyse required engineering properties with Ansys.
What you learn :
Techniques for real life engineering designing and analysis
Steps and procedures for products development in Industries or Academic
Creative thinking and imagination from concept to feasibility
Apply Creativity, Engineering knowledge and Catia Ansys tools in industrial projects
Designing in Catia workbenches
Engineering analysis with Ansys workbenches
Design & Development for moving vehicles against fluid like Aircraft, Ship, Car etc
Designing modules in Catia are Sketching, Generative shape design & Generative part design
Analysis modules in Ansys are Computational Fluid Dynamics(CFD), Structural, Thermal and Harmonic merged with CFD
All lessons are focused on minimised theory and maximised practical with practice Industrial Project work on Aerodynamic vehicle design & analysis.
PROJECT Work : Project work consists of designing structures for fuselage,wings,stabilizers & engines for Transporter. Procedure is very similar to shown in lectures with variable input and boundary conditions. Designing involves creating 3D shapes from sections & curves with techniques in surface or part modeling. Cad file is then have to import in CAE as step file. Designed model to be analysed for Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) & Structural parameters to calculate LIFT,DRAG,THRUST and variable STRESSES due to deformations.
Structural Material is Aluminium
Fluid flow is Air
Flow velocity in m/s
ENGINE Initial Gauge Pressure in Pa
Outflow Gauge Pressure in Pa
Temp in kelvin
Outlet Gauge Pressure in Pa Temp in kelvin
Number of iterations = 500
OUTPUT : DRAG in newton LIFT in newton THRUST/ENG in newton