Import model in ICEMCFD and create high quality tetra-prism mesh with proper resolution.
Solve and post process problem in Fluent
Be will be able to solve external aerodynamics using CFD techniques
Solve turbomachinery CFD
Understands turbulence modeling, boundary layer and Y+
Basic understanding of CFD and Fluid Mechanics. Basic skills in Fluent and ICEMCFD.
Ansys 18.1 is recommend. We will help you in installing softwares required for this courses.
Computer with 8 GB RAM, preferably 16 GB RAM and i3 processor
This is specially designed course for learning Ansys CFD at professional level as well for students . In this course, you will learn how to solve complex engineering problems in fluid dynamics using CFD techniques. In this I have covered each and every step of CFD simulation from geometry to meshing to solution and processing. You will master the CFD skills on external aerodynamics and turbomachinery in this course.
There are three full high quality workshops included in this course from start to finish (Problems description, geometry creation, high quality mesh generation, problem setup and post processing of results) on following problems:
1. Aerodynamic analysis of Missile using CFD technique
2. Flow analysis of centrifugal Fan
3. CFD analysis of Ahmed Body using different turbulence model and Y+ values.
Who this course is for:
Engineering and science students/professional who are using CFD for problem solving.
Undergrad, MS and PhD students who want to apply CFD in their research.
20 sections • 104 lectures • 11h 13m total length
Opening Spaceclaim and important commands
Cleaning geometry, re-creation of important surfaces and making solids
Fluid domain creation and saving file
Introduction, opening ICEMCFD, Working directory and surface resolution
Creating Parts for boundary conditions
Mesh settings and volue mesh generation using Octree method
Improving surface mesh quality using laplace smoothing
Creating density boxes and delaunay mesh
Prism mesh generation and editing
Mesh info and mesh export for Fluent and CFX
Opening mesh file, material properties, turbulence model and mesh units&quality
Boundary conditions, solution settings and running case
Post processing results and mesh adaptation for shock wave resolution
Introduction and problem description for workshop 6, 7& 8
Aligning Fan rotor and inlet cone
Aligning Scroll with Fan rotor & Inlet cone
Some advanced features of assembly creation in spaceclaim
Importing IGES file and applying some preliminary settings
Recreating important surfaces
Separating different components and some processing
Creating final model of scroll with extended region at outlet
Creating final model of Inlet-Cone with extended region at inlet
Creating final model of centrifugal fan impeller
Introduction and file import into ICEMCFD
Creating Tetra-Prism mesh for Inlet-Cone and export in fluent format with BCs
Creating Tetra-Prism mesh for Volute/Scroll : Build topology and parts
Creating Tetra-Prism mesh for Volute/Scroll : Mesh generation and export
Creating Tetra-Prism mesh for centrifugal fan impeller
Introduction and discussion about SRF and MRF
When to use MRF?
Setting up SRF model in Fluent
Setting up Frozen Rotor model in Fluent and mesh interfaces
Setting up mixing plane model in Fluent
Setting up sliding mesh model in Fluent
Boundary conditions for rotating and stationary domains
Summary of different turbomachinery models in Fluent
Difference between Frozen rotor, mixing plane and sliding mesh model
Best practices for different type of simulation cases
My name is Sijal Ahmed. And I am in CFD field since 2005 when I finished my studies in same field from one of the top university in Pakistan. I have passion for CFD and I want to spread this knowledge to students who are just starting their career.
I have developed many courses on computational fluid dynamics and taught many students online and class room based training. You can contact me for online classes and consultancy.