Analysis Club

Admission Query

Objective

CFD can be applied to a wide range of products: every object working in a fluid environment (e.g. air, water, etc.) could be potentially affected by fluid-dynamic forces. A correct estimation of these contributes to the product validation and enhancement. CFD approach allows multi-parameter optimisation of 3D geometry resulting from the preliminary design.

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is the branch of science dealing with simulation of fluid flows with heat and mass transfer in various engineering and natural objects. Fluid flows play the key role in the working process of many modern engineering devices. Designing of these devices for the required operational parameters is impossible without reliable prediction of characteristics of these flows. CFD plays a vital role in modelling and design optimization of modern engineering devices. The course is designed to cover the essentials of CFD with software application and case studies.

Outcome

  • Understand and be able to numerically solve the governing equations for fluid flow.
  • Basic understanding to apply finite difference and finite volume methods to fluid flow problems.Understand different mesh types and mesh quality.
  • Understand different mesh types and mesh quality.
  • Understand how to conduct a grid-convergence assessment.
  • To apply turbulence models to engineering fluid flow problems.
  • Understand the issues about two-phase flow modelling and be able to numerically solve a heat transfer problem.

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