Computational Fluid Dynamics
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a technology based on a fast and reliable computational methodology for solving complex fluid flow and heat transfer problems. CFD enables the product design team to reduce their risks of potential design failures, optimize their engineering design, and, could therefore, provide them with that illusive competitive advantage in the marketplace.. This training has been designed for delegates with no previous CFD experience; it is useful for designers moving into the field of computational fluid dynamics or those looking to understand what CFD can do. Understanding the basics will help you get the most out of CAD based CFD programs as well as dedicated and open source software.
BENEFITS OF WORKSHOP
Authorized Certification to all participants
Assistance to students by Industry Experts
Receive an unparalleled education with personal one-
Unmatched insight into systems that may be difficult to prototype or test through experimentation
Ability to predict the implications of design changes and optimize accordingly.
Achieve Innovative, reliable and high-
A seamless working exchange of data, regardless of location, industry, CAD environment, etc.
Can easily use this experience to develop good B.Tech/ M.Tech projects.
Exposure will eventually assist to face interviews with confidence.
Kits and study materials designed by professionals.
Assistance in projects from Technoledge team
Basics of CFD
Introduction and navigating within the ICEM CFD Graphical User Interface
Mesh editing/quality improvement
Navier Stokes equations and its simplified forms
Discussion on their physical meaning.
Basic aspects of discretization schemes, finite volume methods.
Application of finite volume methods to simple equations like one dimensional steady state conduction equation and there by demonstrating how a CFD software works,
Impact of grid size on accuracy of results, solution matrix etc.
Stability, convergence and consistency, CFL condition.
Pressure correction techniques (Simple and simpler algorithms),
compressible and incompressible solvers,
Detailed explanation of all types of boundary conditions and their importance in CFD analysis,
Discretisation techniques like upwind methods(First order and second order),
Quick methods and Power law.
Structured and unstructured grids,
mesh quality parameters and their impact on numerical solution.
Reynolds averaged Navier Stokes (RANS) equations,
Spalart allmaras model,
Near wall flow modelling,
Analysis Of A Heat-
Blocking and Hexahedral mesh generation for Important tutorial geometries like
Gas turbine compressor Impeller
Radial flow pump impeller
Airfoil nomenclature ,Lift, Drag and moment coefficients
Airfoil data, Infinite and finite wings
Compressibility correction for lift coefficient,
Critical Mach number and critical pressure coefficients,
Drag divergence Mach number,
Wave drag at supersonic speeds,
summary of airfoil drag,
calculation of induced drag, change in lift slope,
swept wings, Mechanisms for higher lift.
CFD modeling of turbulent flow through nozzle geometry
This is the course project used for final evaluation. In this project candidates will perform a complete CFD analysis from start to end. The project will involve a mesh generation task and a simulation task. The CFD problem is based on modeling turbulent flow through nozzle geometry. Attendees will practice various CFD analysis operations like mesh type selection, mesh generation, mesh refinement, solution setup and result extraction in this project. Your evaluation will be based on final report you submit on the CFD results of this project.
Tutorials User Manual
1x Text Book
REQUIREMENTS FROM THE COLLEGE
6. System Requirements :-
Operating system : Windows Vista SP2/Windows 78 (Both 32 and 64 bit)/Windows (8 (Both 32 and 64 bit), Windows 10 8 (Both 32 and 64 bit)
Processor : 2Ghz or better
Ram: Min 2GB
o Engineering students from Mechanical, Industrial Production, Mechatronics, Aeronautics, Automobile and Robotics Department can join.
o Education Faculty & Staff members from core branch.
o Individuals who want to solve engineering problems by computational approaches through a combination of MATLAB
o Diploma Students mechanical and automobile department can attend the training.
o Individuals with innovative vision and research in the design and analysis
o Engineers who want to develop products with accuracy
o Entrepreneurs and Individuals from consultancy
Set up the most appropriate CFD model for the problem in hand
Set up the most appropriate turbulence model for their particular applications
Steady state and Transient (time dependent) fluid flow simulations
Conduction, convection and radiation, in their CFD model set up
Incompressible and Compressible fluid flow applications
Live Industrial projects
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