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Workshop Details:

ANSYS Fluent is the most popular CFD tool used in the industry and is one of the most reliable CFD software. 

This workshop is designed for a complete beginner to ANSYS Fluent and CFD. Students interested to learn CFD from a tools perspective are most welcome for this workshop. This is ideal for people working in CAD or FEA domain and who want to try CFD software.  During the workshop over 4 days, you will learn ANSYS Fluent, CFD post, basics of writing your own UDFs, journals, etc.  The workshop is dedicated to specializing in multiphase flow using DPM, VOF, and Eulerian approaches. Tutorials/hands-on sessions to learn it in a practical way. 

Key information:

  • Course Instructor:  Dr. Sandeep Mouvanal, Founder of Flowthermolab, [MS, Ph.D. from IIT Madras] [15 years Industrial Exp. as CFD Engineer], 
  • Date:  Total four days: 25-26 Nov and  02-03 Dec 2023
  • Time: 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm IST (9.00 am to 1.00 pm UK time)
  • Total access to recordings of live sessions: 6 Months
  • Computer requirement: Minimum 4 GB RAM and i3 processor 
  • Software: ANSYS Fluent. You can download and install the free student version of ANSYS Fluent on your laptop provided by ANSYS for educational purposes.  
  • Mode of class: Zoom video call (Once you make the payment, log in details will be shared

More Information

  • Get introduced to CFD
  • Learn and master ANSYS Fluent from scratch
  • Get introduced to multiphase flow
  • Learn CFD modelling of multiphase flow phenomena 
  • Engineering students pursuing BTech, Mtech or Ph.D. for their academic projects and to enhance their skills
  • CFD Engineers already working in the industry but want to learn and master a new meshing tool
  • Any fluid dynamics/aerodynamics enthusiasts
  • Professors/Lecturers who want to teach or guide their students in CFD projects
  • CAD or FEA Engineers who want to up-skill and shift their career to CFD
  • Do I get a certificate?
    Yes, based on your attendance and completion of tutorials, you will be given the certificate. 
  • Do I need a powerful workstation/computer to learn this course?
    No, a normal laptop with 4 or 8GB RAM and a decent processor (i3) is good enough for this course.
  • What if I don’t understand some portion or need to clarify some doubts?
    We will support you through emails and zoom meetings/discussion sessions to clear all doubts and questions
  • Should I know the programming or any other CFD software to learn this course? 
    No, you don’t need.
  • Is there any prerequisite? 
    The basic knowledge in fluid mechanics is required to learn CFD
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Course Includes

  • 5 Lessons
  • 2 Topics

Ratings and Reviews

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9 Ratings
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Posted 9 months ago
A Good course for every Mechanical Engineer interested in Ansys-Fluent-Multiphase-flow

Informative, Simplified, Detailed & Lucid

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Saurabh Patil
Posted 12 months ago
Great course to start with Multiphase

The combination of lectures and tutorial make this one of best course to understand multiphase. Lecture covers the model use for multiphase modeling in Ansys Fluent. In addition to the lectures, tutorials are carried out which shows how to set up a particular model. Overall teaching is best and easy to understand.

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Posted 1 year ago
Best guide for Multiphase flow from scratch to advanced.

without any doubt i can say that one of the best workshop (multiphase flow) i have ever attended. Sandeep sir taught each and every aspects of multiphase flow. The best part of the training i think hands on training while explaining the physics behind multiphase flow, from starting day to ending day, workshop was very interesting also discussions and doubt clearing helped me a lot. Thank you.

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Amresh Kumar
Posted 1 year ago
A great course to start with multiphase flow

The course was designed very well and is a perfect blend of theory and hands-on practice in modelling the multiphase problem. I appreciate the overall approach and style of teaching, which is truly unique and professional. Thank you for this beautiful course 🙂

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Posted 1 year ago
Very good introductory course on Multiphase flow

I always wanted to learn Multiphase CFD analysis in Fluent, i found this workshop in Linkedin, after completing this course i must say it was very good and worthy series of sessions. all the theory of Multiphase flow was covered in this workshop along with different practice multiphase tutorials. The workshop also had Q&A sessions where Dr. Sandeep clarified all the participants queries.

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Jagannath Nandi
Posted 1 year ago
Multiphase flow , CFD, Ansys Fluent

From my point of view this workshop was highly interactive, nicely structured, problem solving and detail explanation of each and every question as well as backgound theories . I am satisfied for being a part of that program .

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Malik Alamayreh
Posted 1 year ago
Very good review course for multiphase fluid flow field using software ANSYS Fluent

The course is not only discuss the multiphase fluid flow field but also it reviews how to use the software fluent ANSYS  and how generate the fluid domain. Furthermore , the lecturer spotlight about the  physical theory.  I like that all the lectures recorded and the simulation files are uploaded. The lecturer shows excellent skills in simulation, and he was expert in simulation.

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Adityan Rajesh
Posted 1 year ago
The most interactive and intense

This Workshop has helped me get an introductory idea of Multiphase flow. As a student, it has helped in the preparation of geometry, meshing, and the CFD settings in Multiphase flows. Different types of methods in simulating Multiphase flow. Overall the workshop was intense and quite interactive, and it has helped me to understand phenomena like cavitation and its simulation in a better way.

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Anastasios Athanasiadis
Posted 1 year ago
Great course for all engineers

I like that the course tries to keep the same pace for all participants and doesn't rush, thus everyone has time to set the problem on Fluent and run it, without having the anxiety of being left behind.

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