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Old   May 4, 2016, 09:18
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Are there any video resources through which we can learn the tutorials online. I'm not able to understand the in built tutorials very clearly.
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Old   May 5, 2016, 16:27
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not that I have ever seen, but they are worked through in detail in the documentation. are these not getting the job done for you?
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Since I'm new, I'm not getting a good understanding of it.. In the DesignSweeps tut, I don't understand what an optimate is. I couldn't find any image directory as mentioned in the tut also...
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its a way to optimize geometry based on a set of goals. If you are a newbie, it is probably beyond the scope of whatever you are trying to do. Do you have a need for this or are you just trying to learn the software?
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its a way to optimize geometry based on a set of goals. If you are a newbie, it is probably beyond the scope of whatever you are trying to do. Do you have a need for this or are you just trying to learn the software?
I'm just trying to learn the software. I'm working on a project in my university which needs CFD simulations. I just want to learn to simulate and analyse flow over basic geometries and later air foils. Please suggest me an optimal way to do this.
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I have student interns every year, the first two days they just do tutorials, very easy to follow, do the
Introduction
Mesh, Parts based meshing
Incompressible Flow Lid-Driven Cavity Flow

Than you can go to your specific topics, compressible flow or heat transfer, take 1 or 2 days you will have a good grasp,
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I have student interns every year, the first two days they just do tutorials, very easy to follow, do the
Introduction
Mesh, Parts based meshing
Incompressible Flow Lid-Driven Cavity Flow

Than you can go to your specific topics, compressible flow or heat transfer, take 1 or 2 days you will have a good grasp,
Thank you for your help! Will do the tutorials...
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