Advanced CFD using ANSYS FLUENT

Rs 30,000(6 month EMI available)

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Software that you will learn

SpaceClaim and Mesher


SpaceClaim helps in preparing CAD models for CFD Analysis and the meshing interface helps create high quality Mesh.

Ansys Fluent


Fluent is an industry leading solver which support multi-physics capabilities coupled with a nice interface

CFD Post


Learn how to get engineering quantities from your CFD Simulation. Lear to create cut-planes, streamlines and much more.


Simulations that you will run

Here is a list of simulations that you will be performing in this course

Mixing Tee Animation

#Steady State #Residual monitoring #Standard Deviation of Temperature #Grid dependence

Vortex Shedding

#Vortex Shedding #Transient Simulation #Strouhal Number #Monitor point setup

Passenger car Aerodynamics

#Virtual Wind Tunnel creation #Inflation Layer setup #Y+ evaluation #Mixed Mesh creation

Exhaust port simulation

#CHT Simulation #Transient Vs Steady State #Solid-zone setup #Streamline Visualization

Fuel Sloshing Problem

#Creating Phases #VOF #Twophase #Void Fraction #Patching Alpha #Postprocessing interface

Electronic Cooling

#Electronic Cooling #GPU Simulation #CHT #Volumetric source setup #convergence monitoring

+20 other simulations

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Amazing course content. Genuine efforts by the instructor and entire organisation to help educate students. I'll definitely recommended this course for Mechanical Engineers.

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I had a good experience joinig the course here. Mentors are friendly and they clear the doubts very well. In my experience during the course i learnt a lot of new concepts

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The quality of teaching and the approach was really nice. And their support team always ready 24*7 to help us in solving our problems.

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Course Syllabus

Introduction to CFD

In this module, you will understand what is CFD and its uses. After your first class, you will be able to understand, on a basic level, 

  • Governing equations of fluid motion
  • Numerical Discretization
  • The term fluid solver
  • Boundary conditions
  • Post processing

Once we do this, we will have a rigorous approach to learn MATLAB/Octave

Simulating laminar and turbulent flows in Ansys Fluent

In this module, the focus is to simulate basic compressible and incompressible flows using Ansys Fluent. You will be getting hands-on experience in

  • Geometry creation
  • Meshing
  • Boundary and Initial condition calculation
  • Setting up solution algorithms
  • Solving and post-processing

Performing Steady State Simulations

In this module, the focus is to simulate basic compressible and incompressible flows using Ansys Fluent. You will be getting hands-on experience in

  • Geometry creating using Space Claim
  • How to setup steady-state simulations?
  • Checking for convergence and understanding when the simulation converges for different Boundary Conditions?
  • How to create runtime animation of engineering parameters?
  • Project 1 - HVAC simulation inside a Mixing TEE
  • Project 2 - Simulating flow inside a gate valve
  • Project 3 - Performance characterization of a cyclone separator

Exploring Meshing strategies

Meshing is an important component in CFD analysis. Improper meshing can lead to bad results. In this module, you will learn the different meshing techniques that Ansys offers

External Aerodynamics

Learn the fundamentals of performing external flow analysis using Ansys Fluent. Here, we will focus on the following topics.

  • Setting up Virtual Wind Tunnels using the enclosure utility
  • Item 2
  • Undersand Vorticies, calculating downforce & drag on a vehicle
  • Y+ estimation & grid refinement.

Conjugate Heat Transfer

In this module, you will learn how to simulate solid side heat transfer along with the fluid flow. Conjugate Heat Transfer (CHT) refers to simulating multiple modes of heat transfer. For example, in one of the projects you will simulate the heat transfer in an exhaust manifold when hot exhaust products are flowing through it (see image below). When you complete this module, you will be able to do the following

  • Extracting solid and fluid volumes
  • Creating shared topologies for creating conformal meshes
  • Setting up volumetric heat sources
  • Visualizing heat transfer co-efficient distribution
Temperature distribution on an exhaust manifold. Streamlines of velocity are also shown

Discrete Phase Modelling 

Discrete Phase Modelling (DPM) is used to model particles, fuel drops, coal and any other type of suspended phases. You will work on problems like Cyclone Separator, where you will incorporate the DPM approach to simulate how suspended impurities travel through a Cyclone Seprator.

Introduction to User Defined Functions

Write customized program and create different monitor points and take the relevant information you need to form the simulation.

Basic reacting flows

In this module, you will learn how to simulate reacting flows using Ansys Fluent. This includes combustion applications.

Job Opportunties

ANSYS Fluent is a very popular Computational Fluid Dynamic Package. There are a lot of opportunities in OEM's and OEM Consultants.

Companies in India where you can look for opportinties after this course
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Who can take this course?

BE and BTech Students

Learning CFD can be highly beneficial to Undergraduate Students as it can open up a lot of new career opportunities. The follow set of students are highly likely to succeed from this course.

  • Students who know the theory behind CFD and want to implement the concepts
  • Students who know how to use Ansys fluent or Start CCM but do not understand how it actually works
  • Students who are passionate about thermal systems and fluid mechanics

MTech and MS Students

Students who are pursuing MTech or MS in a "Non-CFD" field and want to increase their profile by learning how to code CFD

Working Professionals

If you a Design Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer or any other engineer working in a non-CFD domain then this course should give you the required background, if you choose to specialize in CFD.