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Course Description

This course is designed for a complete beginner for learning computational fluid dynamics from a practical perspective. We will start from the essential mathematics to derive and understand the governing equations of fluid flow along with assignments that will familiarize you with programming. In the next step, you will learn to discretize the partial differential equations and solve them by writing codes. You will also learn topics like turbulence/turbulence models and also will be introduced to CFD software like ANSYS Fluent, OpenFOAM, etc.

Key information:

  • Course Instructor:  Dr. Sandeep Mouvanal [MS, PhD from IIT Madras] [ 15 years Industrial Exp. as CFD Engineer]
    Current Position: Senior Researcher, University of Nottingham, UK
  • Course content: 30 Lessons including  quizzes and challenges/assignments 
  • Doubt clearance: Email support. 
  • Discussion forum: A discussion forum to discuss any topics with fellow students and the instructor
  • Total access period: 6 Months from the day of enrolling 
  • Computer requirement: Minimum 4 GB RAM and i3 processor 
  • Software: MATLAB or Octave, Student version of ANSYS (Both are free for students)
  • Access to course: Once you make the payment, your login ID and password will be sent automatically via email.

More Information

  • Learn Essential Mathematics required to understand governing equations of fluid flow
  • Learn and derive governing equations of fluid motion
  • Learn discretization methods like FDM, FVM and coding them using MATLAB/Octave
  • Introduction to CFD software like ANSYS Fluent, CFX, OpenFOAM, Spaceclaim etc.
  • Build confidence by learning CFD from both fundamental and practical perspective
  • Engineering students pursuing BTech, Mtech or PhD for their academic projects and to enhance their skills
  • 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
  • CFD Engineers already working in the industry but want to improve their fundamentals
  • Do I get a certificate?
    Yes, when you finish all the lessons and the corresponding quizzes/assignments you will gain the course completion certificate with the date of completion.
  • 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 session to clear all doubts and questions
  • Should I know CFD software to learn this course?¬†
    No, you will learn it during the course.
  • Is there any prerequisite?¬†
    The basic knowledge in fluid mechanics is required to learn CFD
  • I am not good at programming, can I still enrol?

    Programming knowledge is not a prerequisite for this course. You will be given guidance to learn MATLAB/Octave from scratch. The assignments in the course will help you

Course Content

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Introduction and Basics

Governing Equations of Fluid Flow
Finite Difference Method (FDM)
CFD Tools and Tutorials : Part1
Finite Volume Method (FVM)
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Course Includes

  • 30 Lessons
  • 21 Topics
  • 25 Quizzes

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Bervin
Posted 1 week ago
CFD is the future

Great course to build a firm foundation in CFD. I felt challenged to achieve more in the field of CFD after completing this course.

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e.salama
Posted 3 weeks ago
Focused CFD course

This course is well structured and helped me to know the basics of CFD and use Ansys fluent for simulation.

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Noothan S
Posted 3 weeks ago
"Needed and helpful course "

Modules were crafted brilliantly to meet the requirements for the CFD folks, which is truly inspiring for the expedition !! Actually loved the inclusion of animations for Essential mathematics part , derivations of governing equations made much easier to understand and remember & coding in MATLAB /OCTAVE to "know how" about the CFD philosophy .

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vivekamanickam kv
Posted 3 weeks ago
Very good course to understand what is happening behind the software and understanding the equation

I really liked the way the professor gave a brief explanation in comparison with the industrial and real time natural examples. Its like a podcast anyone can listen to it again and again to understand the equations and build a strong background. Any one wants to learn MATLAB/OCTAVE for CFD this course is highly recommended.This is not only for beginners but its for all level of CFD professionals.

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nikhilohol
Posted 4 weeks ago
Great CFD Content with Great teaching

This is the best CFD course I have ever found.

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shashidhar0605
Posted 1 month ago
Good for revising the basic concepts

Unless you complete the tutorial at the end of each lesson, you will not be given access to the next one. Hence it forces you to do the assignment and not just binge-watch all the tutorials. However, this course alone will not teach you everything you need. You must do your part in learning from a standard textbook along with these tutorials.

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balliburak93
Posted 1 month ago
Highly Recommended for a Great Introduction to CFD

This course provides an excellent introduction to CFD, covering several essential topics for review and learning. I am very satisfied with the course and its content. I highly recommend it to all CFD enthusiasts, especially students and beginners.

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aryal.bibek.biz
Posted 1 month ago
Beginner Friendly

The course contents were excellent. The mini project at the end of the course really helps to understand the course as a whole. It is highly recommended for students who are beginners.

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Orhan
Posted 1 month ago
Well planed course!

Since this course covers the basics of CFD in a well-planned manner, it is a great help in understanding the physics of the problem and using CFD tools correctly. I would like to thank Dr Sandeep for the basics of CFD, which I learned step by step through homework and his motivating attitude.

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Anup VP
Posted 1 month ago
Structured course on CFD - Flowthermolab | Computational fluid dynamics

The Course introduces CFD in a very structured way .It enlightened me on how partial differential equations are solved numerically in a computer. This course is recommended for curious people who like to know what goes behind the simulation tool.

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