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New Fast Track on 'CFD with OpenFOAM'

Posted By: Adarsh Tiwari
Date:Wed, 13 Mar 2019, 5:54 p.m.

we would like to inform you about our new fast-track batch on 'CFD with OpenFOAM' starting from 04-Mar-2019. We take only 5 students per batch for giving personal attention to each student. You can attend first two sessions for free. =================== Course Overview ===================

It is a balanced course for a beginner in CFD Field

The important prospect of this course, it allows the participant to built up their understanding in all the aspect to OpenFOAM as a general-purpose CFD Solver.

More than half of the time will be devoted on hands-on sessions

========================================================= Physics Involved and Code development Aspect =========================================================

Participants will solve some pre-defined cases as well as some of the newly developed cases like (physics involved):

Potential Flow, Simple Flow cases, Heat Transfer including natural convection

Turbulence Flows (RANS and LES Modeling)

Moving Frame of reference (MRF), Volume of Fluid (VOF), Dynamic Mesh Movements (sliding Mesh)

Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) and Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)

Code Development aspect allow the students to walk through various pre-defined solvers like icoFoam, simpleFoam etc. It will also make through boundary conditions, utilities, and libraries.

Hands-on experience on platform to the participant for implementing various boundary conditions, incorporating solar transport in existing solvers and library development for new physics

========================================================= Course Options In total there are three options in this course: =========================================================

Inherit CFD Theory

OpenFOAM Software part + ICEMCFD

Comaprative Study of Ansys Fluent

========================================================= This course is for you, if you are: =========================================================

New to OpenFOAM

You have partial training in OpenFOAM

Want to develop proficiency in CFD / OpenFOAM

Want to simplify the use of OpenFOAM

PG Student, Research Scholar, starting career in CFD, R&D person either in industry / lab etc.

====================================== Prerequisite for the course ======================================

If you are opting for 'OpenFOAM Software' only, then basic knowledge of CFD is must

This course is ideal for students having knowledge of Fluid Mechanics and Numerical Methods

====================================== Course Fees ======================================

CFD inherit theory Rs. 12,500 /- (equivalent to $200)

OpenFOAM Rs. 12,500 /- (equivalent to $200)

Comparative study of Ansys Fluent Rs. 12,500 /- (equivalent to $200)

=================== Registration ===================

The registration can be done by replying to this email and paying advance amount of Rs. 2000 /- (equivalent to $30) using PayPal / NEFT / IMPS / Cheque

The session seats available are five (online classes only), will be selected on 'first come first serve' basis

=================== Duration ===================

Overall Course will be of 6 weeks (sessions 3-4 days a week) with overall duration 30 (theory) +32 (openfoam) +10 (fluent) based on your selection of course/s.

CFD Online Training with OpenFOAM


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