Heat Transfer Training Course by ANSYS Fluent
$220.00 $150.00 Student Discount
The Heat Transfer Training Course includes:
- Introduction to the Heat Transfer Types
- Natural Convection Heat Transfer
- Forced Convection Heat Transfer
- Conjugated Heat Transfer (convection and conduction)
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Heat Transfer Training Course Introduction
After passing this Heat Transfer Training Course, you are ready to claim yourself as a Heat Transfer CFD Simulation expert.
Heat transfer is a discipline of thermal engineering that concerns the generation use, thermal engineering that concerns the generation, use, conversion, and exchange of thermal energy between physical systems. The specific mechanisms are usually referred to as convection, thermal radiation, and conduction. Engineers also consider the transfer of mass of differing chemical species (mass transfer in the form of advection), either cold or hot, to achieve heat transfer. While these mechanisms have distinct characteristics, they often occur simultaneously in the same system.
ANSYS Fluent has powerful tools for simulating all three types of heat transfer.
What do you learn in this Combustion Training Course?
In this training course, you will thoroughly learn how to set up the needed settings for modeling the heat transfer process. Please note that in this course, we only study the simulation of natural convection, forced convection, and conduction.
This course is presented in a way that is as practical as possible so that the graduates can work well with this software to heat transfer phenomena after the end of the training course.
Heat Transfer Training Course Syllabus
This course contains 4 video lessons and a final project as an exam to get the Heat Transfer Certification.
This course is divided into 4 main lessons. You strongly recommend that you do not skip any of the sections even if you feel you know the content.
In this lesson, you will first see a general introduction to heat transfer and an overview of available simulation techniques and models in ANSYS Fluent. This section contains the following subsections:
- Introduction and overview of the heat transfer types (Convection, Conduction, and Radiation)
- Definition of Newton’s Law of cooling
- Introduction of the Non-dimensional Numbers in Heat Transfer, including Grashof Number, Prandtl Number, Rayleigh Number, and Nusselt Number.
- Thermal Boundary Layer.
- Pressure Discretization Methods in Heat Transfer.
- Time Step Size in Heat Transfer.
- How to set up operating conditions.
- Introduction of the density functions in the material tab and how to use them.
In this lesson, you will learn about Natural Convection modeling by performing a simple project by investigating a solar chimney. Also, In this example, conduction effects are not considered, but the shell conduction setting is introduced and explained.
- Introduction of Diffusion and Advection as two important phenomena
- How to choose turbulence model in heat transfer simulations.
- Introduction of the buoyancy force as the main force in natural convection.
- Thermal Boundary Layer.
- Explanation of the shell conduction and its setting in ANSYS Fluent software.
- Simulation of a solar chimney as an example of natural convection.
In this lesson, we will talk about Forced Convection by performing a simple project investigating the U-bend that modeled that its idea is taken from an authentic article.
- Simulation of a U-bend with a heat flux on its outer walls as an example of forced convection.
- Extracting the heat transfer coefficient.
- Computing the Nusselt number.
- Computing the friction factor.
- Computing the pressure drop.
In this lesson, we will talk about Conjugated Heat Transfer (including convection and conduction) by performing a project investigating the plate heat exchanger.
- Simulation of a plate heat exchanger as an example of conjugated heat transfer.
- Using Simple, SimpleC, and Coupled algorithms and investigating their convergence.
- Computing the Local Nusselt Number.
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