Advanced training on ANSYS FLUENT

ANSYS Software Pvt Ltd.
In Pune

Rs 7,000
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  • Training
  • Pune
  • Duration:
    3 Days
Description

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Pune
34/2 Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park MIDC Hinjewadi, 411057, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme

The basic objective of this program is to concentrate on the complex examination procedures accessible in ANSYS FLUENT software. By getting detailed information about these difficult topics, customers can handle more developed stages of examination & thereby develop their views of preliminary designs, or for examining, optimizing, or troubleshooting an accessible series of design.

Students can select the subjects of their choice from the below mentioned lists. They are requested to point out these subjects in the remarks box in registration application when they enroll.

On 1st day of the program, Students will study about Multi-phasing Flows:

Section contains the below mentioned subjects:

* Preface & Meanings
* Capacity Of Fluid Models
* Eulerian Models
* Mixture Models
* Discrete Segment Models
* Universal Disk Format’s for Multi-phasing flow

Another section will take half a day and will include knowledge about U.D.F

Section contains the below mentioned subjects:

* Preface of U.D.F.
* Fluent Information Design & Macro
* Translated & Accumulated U.D.F.
* U.D.F. Hook – Meaning of macros
* U.D. Scalar & Memory
* U.D.F. for Parallel Fluent
* Mixed Task / Macro

Another section will take half a day and will include knowledge about Turbulence Modeling:

Section contains the below mentioned subjects:

* Summary of Turbulence Modeling
* Turbulence Modeling Choices in Fluent
* Model turbulent Flows by means of Fluent
* Turbulent Flows Instances

Another section will take half a day and will include knowledge about Transferring Heat:

Section contains the below mentioned subjects:

* Preface
* Transferring Conduction Heat
* Forced Action
* Usual Action
* Rays and Solar loading Models
* Heat Exchanger Models