ANSYS Fluent CFD Simulation Training Course
The ANSYS Fluent general Training Course includes:
- ANSYS Workbench Main Steps for a CFD Simulation
- Heat Transfer: Conduction & Convection
- Solar Radiation
- Solidification & Melting
- External and Internal Compressible Flow
- Discrete Phase Model (DPM)
- Single Frame Motion (SRF)
- Acoustic Model
- Dynamic Mesh
- Species Transport (pollutant dispersion)
- Combustion (Reacting Flow)
- Multiphase Model
This training course contains 14 video lessons and a final exam for a project simulation to get an ANSYS Fluent Certification.
ANSYS Fluent General Training Course For Beginner and Intermediate Users
This ANSYS Fluent Training Course will practically teach how to simulate different issues through several lessons. Almost everything is for those who want to start CFD simulation and get familiar with all basic models of ANSYS Fluent software.
Generally, the simulation process is established from five major steps: geometry modeling, mesh generation, setup, solution, and post-processing. The most challenging part for engineers is the solution that requires fluid-based knowledge and high experience. After passing this ANSYS Fluent Training Course, you are ready to claim yourself as a CFD Simulation expert.
What do you learn in this ANSYS Fluent Training Course?
In this course, you will learn how to deal with a problem from the solver settings and related modules to the post-processing section. After watching and practically learning these lessons, you can solve a wide range of CFD projects and CFD analyses.
ANSYS Fluent Training Course Syllabus
This training course is divided into 14 main tutorials and a final project as an exam to get the ANSYS Fluent Certification. You are strongly recommended not to skip any sections, even if you know the content.
ANSYS Workbench Main Steps for a CFD Simulation
In this section, ANSYS Fluent software carries out whole CFD simulation steps, including geometry modeling by ANSYS Design Modeler, meshing applying ANSYS Meshing, setup, solution, and post-processing. This tutorial is appropriate for beginner users interested in CFD simulations by ANSYS Workbench.
A Storage Tank with two inlets and a single outlet, and convective walls is simulated as an example to familiarize with the main steps through the whole CFD simulation process by ANSYS Workbench.
Heat Transfer: Conduction & Convection
In this section, a plate heat exchanger comprising four plates with four distinct materials and four pipes is simulated to learn the different thermal boundary conditions of ANSYS Fluent to model conduction and convection heat transfer.
In this section, the DO model as a radiation model has been explained. Solar radiation effect on a house has been performed to get more familiar with the solar ray tracing module in ANSYS Fluent software.
Solidification & Melting
This section simulates a room wall containing phase change material (PCM) to investigate the thermal energy storage in a building wall by applying a solidification and melting module by ANSYS Fluent software.
External Compressible Flow
This section aims to learn the external compressible flow simulation process using a pressure-based solver. In this section, an SR-71 aircraft experiences a supersonic speed equal to 446m/s, and the Mach number of 1.3 is simulated by ANSYS Fluent software.
Internal Compressible Flow
This section simulates an internal compressible flow inside a bent pipe to investigate the shock wave phenomenon. How to deal with compressible flows using a density-based solver by ANSYS Fluent software is studied.
This section aims to familiarize you with ANSYS Fluent software’s Porous Zone option. A three-dimensional channel with a perforated plate is simulated for more comprehensive learning.
Discrete Phase Model (DPM)
This section aims to learn how to perform a simulation from a Lagrangian view by introducing the surface injection by ANSYS Fluent software. A surface injection is performed in a simple cube.
Single Frame Motion (SRF)
This section discusses ANSYS Fluent software’s Single Reference Frame (SRF) module. An axial pump is simulated in two-dimensional using the Frame Motion option as a practical example of this module.
This section introduces the Broadband Aeroacoustic module. Airflow around a cylinder is simulated. Then, ANSYS Fluent software investigated its aeroacoustic using the acoustic broadband module.
This section has got into the Dynamic Mesh module by simulating a moving Bullet. A hollow point boat tail (HPBT) bullet is performed with a smoothing and remeshing dynamic mesh method.
Species Transport (pollutant dispersion)
In this section, using the Species Transport module has been explained. A building placed in a street with pollutants between them is performed.
Combustion (Reacting Flow)
This section investigates the combustion simulation process using species transport and chemical reaction. For example, ANSYS Fluent software simulates a jet combustion chamber injecting ethylene (C2H4).
This section explains using the Volume Of Fluid (VOF) model as a multiphase model. A 3D Labyrinth spillway is simulated for better learning by ANSYS Fluent software.