Aerodynamic Concepts Design Analysis with catia ansys fluent
What you'll learn
- computational fluid dynamics thermodynamics strength of materials - engineering designs & analysis
- mathematics or physics or engineering
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
Who this course is for:
- students or professionals from physics mathematics engineering
I have vast experiences in Product Designing and Analysis for Manufacturing with Original Equipment Manufacturers as designer along with graduation in Mechanical Engineering. I always involved in doing Live projects along with sharing skills and knowledge amongs colleagues. Experienced product developments with truck makers car makers products manufacturers and suppliers.