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Ansys Fluent Training In Hyderabad

Introduction of Ansys Fluent

 

Ansys Fluent is a computational fluid dynamics software. It produces accurate and reliable fluid simulation results. It is preferred over other CFD software for its advanced physics modelling capabilities, and fluid flow and heat transfer analysis. The software uses unique conservation equations for mass and momentum, besides additional equations for energy conservation.

 

Scope of Course Ansys Fluent

 

This course covers all the features of Ansys essential for computational fluid dynamics, fluid simulation. Upon completion, you will be able to understand the staggered grid concept, which forms the basis for Fluent, and to master features like turbulence modelling and multiphase flow, and combustion models. The key modules of the course are:

 

  • Study of Fluid Flows

  • Introduction to CFD

  • Learning CFD Equations and Numerical Solution

  • Meshing

  • Geometry Creation in ICEM CFD

  • Turbulence Modelling

  • Learn boundary and cell conditions

  • Study solver mathematics and Post Processing

  • Design Optimization

 

Career Prospects / Job Roles after Ansys Fluent

 

Ansys Fluent is used by large companies from Boeing to SpaceX, as well as by companies of small sizes. The need to ensure that their products perform in different and extreme conditions and use cases is high for manufacturers. Since no company can afford to withstand performance issues, they invest in globally renowned software like Ansys Fluent, and hire talents for jobs like:

 

  • R&D Engineer - Ansys Fluent

  • CFD Engineer

  • R&D Verification Engineer

  • Principal R&D Engineer

  • Technical Support Engineer

 

Syllabus for Ansys Fluent Courses in Hyderabad

 

Session 1&2: Introduction to CFD

CFD theory Fundamentals and applications ANSYS Fluent application Fluent simulation process

 

ANSYS Fluent GUI and Software Preliminaries

  • Solver fundamentals

  • Boundary conditions

CFD solving workflow

Geometry in Design Modeler

 

Session 3&4: Flow mix and heat transfer (3D):

  • Meshing using ANSYS Meshing application

  • CFD Simulation set up

  • Models

  • Defining regions

  • Material definition

  • Cell Zone conditions

  • Extracting preliminary results

  • Coupled solver

  • Mesh Adaption

 

Transonic flow – Externally compressible

  • CFD Simulation set up

  • Models

  • Defining regions

  • Material definition

  • Solution

  • Post Processing

 

Session 5&6 : Modeling Multi Species Flow

  • 1 Case Study

  • Simulation boundary conditions

  • Set solution controls

  • Calculation

  • Results

 

Turbulence model in Fluent

  • Setting up model

  • Materials and operating conditions

  • Solution extraction

  • Convergence modeling

  • Verification and validation

 

Session 7&8: Modeling Periodic heat Flow

  • Creation of zones

  • Model setup

  • Material definition

  • Cell zone definitions

  • Periodicity definition

  • Boundary conditions

  • Solution extraction

  • Advanced post processing

 

Radiation and Convection

  • Model setup

  • Thermal boundary conditions

  • Solution

  • Post Processing

  • Comparing the contour plots

  • S2S definition and solving

 

Session 9&10 : Turbulent flow in Heat Exchanger

  • Model Setup

  • Boundary conditions

  • Solving

  • Post Processing

 

Siphoning using Multiphase

  • Model setup

  • Problem setup

  • Initialize the flow field

  • Generate animation

 

FAQ's

FAQs on ANSYS Fluent Course

 

What is ANSYS Fluent?

ANSYS Fluent is a powerful computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software package used to simulate a wide range of fluid flow problems. It is part of the larger ANSYS suite of simulation and analysis software.

 

What is the difference between ANSYS Fluent and ANSYS CFX?

ANSYS Fluent is a CFD solver that solves using a finite volume approach, while ANSYS CFX is a CFD solver that solves using a finite element approach. Both are widely used in industry, but in some cases one may be better suited to a particular application than the other.

 

What kind of problems can be solved with ANSYS Fluent?

ANSYS Fluent can be used to solve a wide variety of fluid flow problems, including laminar and turbulent flow, multi-phase flow, thermal analysis, and combustion.

 

What platforms does ANSYS Fluent run on?

ANSYS Fluent runs on both Windows and Linux platforms.

 

 How much does ANSYS Fluent cost?

ANSYS Fluent is available in two versions: the Professional version and the Academic version. The Professional version of ANSYS Fluent is available for purchase with a one-time license fee. The Academic version is available for free to students and faculty members at accredited educational institutions.

 

What types of simulations can be run with ANSYS Fluent?

ANSYS Fluent is capable of running a wide range of simulations including fluid flow, combustion, heat transfer, and multiphysics.

 

What platforms does ANSYS Fluent support?

ANSYS Fluent can be run on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X platforms.

 

Does ANSYS Fluent have any pre-processing capabilities?

Yes, ANSYS Fluent has a built-in pre-processing capability which can be used to set up simulations, define boundary conditions, and generate meshes.

 

How big of a mesh can ANSYS Fluent handle?

ANSYS Fluent is capable of handling meshes of up to 2 billion cells, depending on the hardware and memory available.

 

Does ANSYS Fluent support parallel processing?

Yes, ANSYS Fluent supports both shared-memory and distributed-memory parallel processing.

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