CADFEM Ireland are delighted to invite you to the Information Day on Computational Fluid Dynamics
Simulation of fluid flow, from individual components to entire systems
Do you want to accelerate your development process and make a fast, reliable prediction of how your product will perform? CFD simulations are a crucial step in the successful implementation of innovative solutions in many areas of today’s product development cycles.
This includes the careful selection of design properties with regard to product shape, flow characteristics and quantative flow measures. Experimental testing requires considerable effort, particularly when it comes to identifying specific small scale flow behaviour. Simulation provides a clear picture of the system behaviour at an early stage in the design process.
Apart from pure fluid dynamics problems, a well balanced interaction with thermal, electric and structural design of an entire system becomes important. Based on the well-established and efficient ANSYS solver technologies, the process-orientated ANSYS Workbench user interface enables component optimisation during the design phase.
During our Information Day you will learn about the use of ANSYS across the entire scope of fluid dynamics applications.
If you would like to attend, please book your place now (go to the Next Courses page in the Training Section and tick Register).
Alternatively, please email Barbara at email@example.com.
Attendance is free of charge, but places are limited so please register early.
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• Reception and introduction of CADFEM Ireland
• Workflow management and Tools
– The simulation workflow in ANSYS Workbench
– CAD integration
– Simulation process
– Parametric integration into the development process
– Understanding and optimizing the behaviour of a model with optiSLang
– Pre- and post-processing
• Introduction to CFD
– Basics of numerical analysis
– Areas of applicaton
– CFD simulation process
• Fluid-Structure Interaction
– Types of coupling
– Fluid-structure interaction applications
– Multiphysics applications
– Understanding your design
– Sensitivity Analysis
– Design optimisation
– ANSYS FLUENT Adjoint solver
• Conclusions – questions and discussion