Autodesk CFD Simulation: Fluid Flow
In this course, we explore the theory, numerical methods, and modeling techniques used to analyze fluid flow problems. We'll present the types of boundary conditions and analysis methods used for both steady and unsteady flow. Computational Fluid Dynamics, or CFD, has emerged as a great tool and resource to help understand complicated fluid flow problems internal and external to complex parts and assemblies.
After completing this course, you'll be able to:
- Describe the basics of fluid flow.
- Recognize the computation methods used to calculate fluid flow.
- Prepare the model for analysis.
- Execute steady and unsteady flow simulations.
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Getting started In this lesson, we'll discover what you'll learn in this course and download the software and resources you need.
Lesson 1: Overview of fluid flows In this lesson, we are introduced to fluids and the equations used to model them.
Lesson 2: Numerical methods In this lesson, we learn about the numerical methods used to solve the equations that govern fluid motion.
Lesson 3: Establishing boundary conditions In this lesson, we are introduced to different types of boundary conditions that can be used to model fluid motion.
Lesson 4: Steady flow CFD analysis In this lesson, we conduct an analysis of fluid moving in a steady state and review the results of the analysis.
Lesson 5: Unsteady flow CFD analysis In this lesson, we are introduced to unsteady flow and how it can effect other considerations in the design such as the thermal conditions of the model.
Lesson 6: Challenge assignment Autodesk CFD Simulation: Fluid Flow challenge
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