Essentials Course Overview
This course will introduce you to the concepts and setups involved in a successful Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation. Stages involved in setting up simulation will be explored, including 3D geometry preparation, material assignments, boundary condition settings, mesh sizing and choosing the appropriate solver physics. Results display and presentation will also be covered.
To impart essential skills and thought process in setting up and running simulations using Autodesk Simulation CFD.
What Will You Learn?
- General concepts and workflow to an efficient simulation.
- Setting up simulations and the considerations involved in each setup stage.
- Simulation convergence assessments and results reliability.
- Obtaining results and understanding them.
Who Should Attend?
New user of Autodesk Simulation CFD
- Setting goals and objectives of simulation
- Simplifications and accepted assumptions
- Choosing suitable solver physics
- Efficient CAD models
- Modeling tips • “cleaning” neglectable features
- Importing CAD models for simulation
- Geometry tools in Autodesk Simulation CFD
- Grouping 3D geometry parts
- Differentiate designs and scenarios
- Case study folder management
- Layout and buttons
- Navigation and interaction with model
- Selection tools
- Material library
- Generating custom user library
- Setting and assigning materials
- Editing and removing assigned materials
- Selection of surface/volume B.C.
- B.C. assignment by groups
- Assigning/editing B.C.
- Concept of meshing
- Surface/volume mesh density tweak
- Diagnostics and refinements
- Controls for saving results
- Setting solution steps
- Transient vs steady-state
- Compressibility and heat analysis
- Laminar and turbulence model selection
- Convergence assessments
- Global and plane results
- Iso-surfaces and point results
- Plotting graphs and results summary
- Cloning designs and scenarios
- Results comparison with decision center
- Creating and applying rules