Computational Fluid Dynamics ( using FLUENT)

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing (AM), refers to various processes used to synthesize a three-dimensional object. In 3D printing, successive layers of material are formed under computer control to create an object. These objects can be of almost any shape or geometry, and are produced from a 3D model or other electronic data source. With the advent of additive manufacturing, 3D printing technology is becoming widely available to everyone. It has become an easy and convenient tool to make Prototypes for designers, architects etc. This advance course is aimed to excite young engineers about designing and prototyping techniques. We have designed this course for everyone who is interested to know more about the technology.

Aerospace and Automobile industries are two of the most striving industries in the world right now. The research involved in these industries is mainly to design the vehicles and aircraft with maximum efficiency. This involves an extensive knowledge of Computation Fluid Dynamics analysis(CFD).
Fluent software, now a part of Ansys, is being widely used for fluid flow analysis in the aerospace, Automotive and Energy Industries. Aerodynamic analysis of F1 car and aircraft carriers are easily done by using Fluent. Fluent is most popular with Research and Development teams in companies.
 

Computational Fluid Dynamics for students

Our advanced learning course deals with making the students understand the concept of Fluid Dynamics and solving complex equations involved in it. Furthermore, by hands- on training on software like FLUENT, the students can simulate and validate their design. This course is a part of Ready-for-Industry course, which aim to make, the budding design engineers, adept with the scenarios in a company. The outcome of such courses is to give that extra edge to the students where in a company views them as the right candidate.

Learning outcome

1. Learn how to Validate and simulate the product with respect to all sectors, including automotive, power electronic products, electronic equipment, electromechanical devices, and electrical systems.
2. Learn how to solve difficult equations of Fluid dynamics .
3. Learn how to understand, interpret and document the results of simulation.

Course Information

Estimated Time: 16 Hours to 60 Hours