Marine Engineering CFD Training Package for Advanced, 10 Learning Products
- Horizontal Axis Water Turbine
- Turbine Hydropower Optimization
- Fish Cage
- Self-Propelled Submarine Motion (6-DOF & 1-DOF)
- Floating Vessel Motion
- Oscillatory Wave
- Sloshing Tank
- Submarine Design Optimization (RBF)
- Boat Propeller Cavitation
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Marine Engineering CFD Simulation Training Package by ANSYS Fluent, 10 Practical Exercises For Advanced Users
This Training Package includes 10 practical exercises that are numerically simulated by ANSYS Fluent software for ADVANCED users in the field of Marine engineering.
Computational fluid dynamics, or CFD, is a powerful tool used in naval engineering to simulate fluid movement and other related processes. CFD software like ANSYS Fluent is used by a lot of people and is great for simulating naval engineering. This training package has 10 practical tasks for advanced users who want to use ANSYS Fluent to take their CFD modeling skills in marine engineering to the next level.
Advanced Meshing Techniques
This task is all about advanced meshing methods used in naval engineering. Participants will learn how to use mixed meshing methods to make high-quality models and how to improve mesh quality.
Advanced Turbulence Modeling
This activity goes over more complex ways to model turbulence, such as large eddy simulation (LES) and separated eddy simulation. (DES). Participants will learn how to choose the right turbulence model for a given marine engineering application.
Advanced Multiphase Flows
This practice goes over advanced ways to simulate multiphase flows in marine engineering, such as free surface flows and two-phase flows with heat transfer.
Advanced Wave Loads
This exercise focuses on more advanced ways to simulate wave loads on offshore buildings, such as modeling waves that don’t move in a straight line and figuring out what happens when a wave breaks.
Advanced Ship Hydrodynamics
This practice goes over more advanced ways to simulate ship hydrodynamics, such as how to simulate ship waves and how ship motion affects fluid flow.
Advanced Fluid-Structure Interaction
This practice goes over advanced methods for studying how fluids and structures interact in marine engineering, such as simulating how fluids and structures interact in complex geometries.
This practice works on advanced optimization techniques for marine engineering models, such as the use of adjoint methods and surrogate modeling.
This practice shows how to use scripting and automation tools to analyze and display modeling data in a more advanced way.
This activity goes over how to use high-performance computing (HPC) for models in marine engineering, including how to use parallel computing and the cloud.
This exercise focuses on real-world applications of marine engineering, such as designing and optimizing ships and offshore structures and figuring out how fluids and structures interact in complex shapes.
This training package gives advanced users a full set of tasks for using ANSYS Fluent to do CFD simulations for marine engineering. Participants will learn a lot about advanced techniques and be able to use what they’ve learned to solve marine engineering problems in the real world.