Mastering Ansys CFD (Level 2)
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Mastering Ansys CFD (Level 2)

External aerodynamics and turbo-machinery CFD in Ansys Fluent, ICEMCFD, Space Claim & Design Modeler
4.2 (203 ratings)
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Created by Sijal Ahmed
Last updated 2/2020
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This course includes
  • 11 hours on-demand video
  • 71 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Should be able to process geometry in Spaceclaim.
  • 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+
Requirements
  • 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
Description

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.
Course content
Expand all 104 lectures 11:13:30
+ Geometry processing in Spaceclaim
5 lectures 33:26
Opening Spaceclaim and important commands
12:49
Cleaning geometry, re-creation of important surfaces and making solids
06:30
Fluid domain creation and saving file
07:45
+ Workshop 2: Tetra Prism mesh generation in ICEM CFD
8 lectures 40:53
Introduction, opening ICEMCFD, Working directory and surface resolution
04:31

Parts is important aspect of ICEM CFD mesh generation process. Parts will be used to create boundary conditions in Fluent or CFX.

Creating Parts for boundary conditions
02:26
Mesh settings and volue mesh generation using Octree method
05:32
Improving surface mesh quality using laplace smoothing
02:51
Creating density boxes and delaunay mesh
11:57
Problem Description
05:17
Prism mesh generation and editing
04:21
Mesh info and mesh export for Fluent and CFX
03:58
+ Workshop 3: Problem setup, solution and post processing in Fluent for Missile
3 lectures 24:39
Opening mesh file, material properties, turbulence model and mesh units&quality
06:34
Boundary conditions, solution settings and running case
12:15
Post processing results and mesh adaptation for shock wave resolution
05:50
+ Introduction and problem description for workshop 6,7&8
1 lecture 07:38
Introduction and problem description for workshop 6, 7& 8
07:38
+ Workshop 6a : Centrifugal Fan - Creating assembly
3 lectures 13:33
Aligning Fan rotor and inlet cone
04:36
Aligning Scroll with Fan rotor & Inlet cone
05:29
Some advanced features of assembly creation in spaceclaim
03:28
+ Workshop 6b : Creating centrifugal fan CFD model in Spaceclaim from iges model
7 lectures 56:27
Importing IGES file and applying some preliminary settings
03:16
Recreating important surfaces
10:38
Separating different components and some processing
08:15
Creating final model of scroll with extended region at outlet
08:04
Creating final model of Inlet-Cone with extended region at inlet
02:36
Creating final model of centrifugal fan impeller
16:32
+ Workshop 7 : Tetra-prism meshing of Centrifugal Fan
5 lectures 47:37
Introduction and file import into ICEMCFD
05:11
Creating Tetra-Prism mesh for Inlet-Cone and export in fluent format with BCs
12:10
Creating Tetra-Prism mesh for Volute/Scroll : Build topology and parts
06:11
Creating Tetra-Prism mesh for Volute/Scroll : Mesh generation and export
11:52
Creating Tetra-Prism mesh for centrifugal fan impeller
12:13
+ Turbomachinery CFD modeling in Fluent
10 lectures 59:47
Introduction and discussion about SRF and MRF
09:24
When to use MRF?
02:04
Setting up SRF model in Fluent
07:56
Setting up Frozen Rotor model in Fluent and mesh interfaces
12:52
Setting up mixing plane model in Fluent
05:12
Setting up sliding mesh model in Fluent
08:51
Boundary conditions for rotating and stationary domains
03:33
Summary of different turbomachinery models in Fluent
00:49
Difference between Frozen rotor, mixing plane and sliding mesh model
04:26
Best practices for different type of simulation cases
04:40