Design and CFD of Turbomachines-Workshop

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Workshop Details:

This workshop is designed for students/Engineers who are interested in learning not just about CFD simulation of Turbomachines but also the theory of turbomachines and the complete design process.  In the first part of the workshop, the theory of turbomachines will be taught in detail. Here you will learn the fundamentals including Euler equations, velocity triangles, efficiencies, design parameters, and all-important terminologies and equations about turbomachines a CFD Engineer must know.  In the second part, you will learn the fundamentals of the design of turbomachines along with practical sessions using tools like Vista, BladeGen, Turbogrid, and CFX. Then you will learn the details of CFD modeling techniques of turbomachines like the MRF approach, with tutorial sessions using CFX and Fluent.  This workshop is designed for a beginner in the CFD and turbomachine domain. Prior experience with CFD especially the fundamentals will be useful.


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Fees

  • $99 (INR 8200 Including Tax) for Industry and Academic Staff
  • 30% discount for students (Students need to send proof like an ID card to support@flowthermolab.com. They will receive a coupon code to complete the purchase with 30% off )
  • There are only limited seats, so register soon. The Zoom meeting invite will be sent 2 days before the workshop.
  • Early Bird Registration (only first few candidates) offer: Use coupon code CFDTURBO for 20% off

About Instructors

Prof. Dhiman Chatterjee
Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Madras

Prof. Dhiman Chatterjee received his Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India in 2003. He worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Delaware, USA before joining IIT Madras.
His research interests include fluid mechanics, turbomachines, cavitation, multiphase flows, and microscale flows.

Anish Gupta
Technical Manager

Anish Gupta received his master’s, ME(Eng) from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.
Anish has more than 25 years of experience in the industry in organizations like ISRO, Honeywell, etc.
He currently works at Garrett/Honeywell as a Technical Manager. He has vast experience in the field of turbomachines especially Turbocharger Compressor and Turbine Aero design and analysis, package optimization, Aircraft Engines’ secondary flow systems, and Axial Flow Compressor CFD

Dr. Sandeep Mouvanal
Founder, Flowthermolab

Dr. Sandeep Mouvanal received his master’s and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM) and a PostDoc from the University of Nottingham, UK.
He has more than 15 years of experience in the industry as a CFD Engineer in organizations like Continental Automotive, Honeywell, etc.
His research interests include computational fluid dynamics, multiphase flows, cavitational, spray and atomization, turbomachines, and thermal management.

Agenda

Part 1 (Theory of Turbomachines)
Day 1 and Day 2
Oct 14 and 15, 2023
(IST 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm)
Instructor: Prof Dhiman Chatterjee

  • Introduction to turbomachines, types of turbomachines
  • Dimensional homogeneity, shape number, specific speed
  • Euler Equation, velocity triangles, and blade design
  • Thermodynamics and efficiency of turbomachines
  • Hands-on impeller design of a pump using empirical correlations

Part 2 (Design of Turbomachines)
Day 3 and Day 4
Oct 21 and 22, 2023
(IST 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm)
Instructor: Anish Gupta

  • Learning the design workflow through software
  • Hands-on training in 1D tool, Vista for blade and wheel design
  • Learning Bladegen and designing the turbomachine blades
  • Hands-on experience in designing a compressor wheel and a turbine wheel
  • CFD simulation of a wheel using Turbogrid and CFX.

Part 3 (CFD of Turbomachines)
Day 5 and Day 6
Oct 28 and 29, 2023
(IST 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm)
Instructor: Dr. Sandeep Mouvanal

  • CFD of Turbomachines in detail
  • Secondary flows in Turbomachines
  • Theory of modeling methods like SRF, MRF, and sliding mesh
  • Hands-on with different examples to learn SRF, and MRF methods using ANSYS Fluent and CFX

More Details:

Pre-requisites:

  • Basic knowledge of fluid dynamics and turbomachines (Mechanical Engineering undergraduate level)
  • Basic knowledge of CFD fundamentals will be useful but not mandatory. The workshop is designed for a beginner.

Fees

  • $99 (INR 8200 Including Tax) for Industry and Academic Staff
  • 30% discount for students (Students need to send proof like an ID card to support@flowthermolab.com. They will receive a coupon code to complete the purchase with 30% off )
  • There are only limited seats, so register soon. The Zoom meeting invite will be sent 2 days before the workshop.
  • Early Bird Registration (only first few candidates) offer: Use coupon code CFDTURBO for 20% off

Time and Mode

  • 6 days online workshop on weekends
  • Dates: Cct 14,15,21,22,28 and 29, 2023 (Saturdays and Sundays)
  • Time: IST 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm. (UK 9.30 am to 12.30 pm)
  • The Zoom meeting invite will be sent 2 days before the workshop.

Other Information

  • Participants will be given a certificate of completion
  • All the software required for the course is available in the ANSYS student version which is free to download and install for learning
  • Computer requirement: A Laptop with a minimum of 4GB RAM
  • All the sessions are recorded and shared through the student portal and you will have access to the content for the next 6 months. So don’t worry if you miss out on any session.

For any enquiries please contact us through support@flowthermolab.com or WhatsApp or call us at +918722487948

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Course Includes

  • 7 Lessons

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Kok Tong Lim
Posted 4 months ago
good knowledge about pump

It is very good course to understand basic knowledge on turbomachinery and usage of CFX on analyzing pump fluid mechanics. I could not catch up much with the theory as it is a bit deep down in physics but good experience to have surface knowledge on theory of turbomachinery!

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abhi_mulay
Posted 5 months ago
Very informative and useful course

I was novice for both design and analysis of turbomachines. From defining types, design considerations to full CFD analysis this course covers everything. It start with theory for turbines and impellers and ends with hands on with an practical example. It is an privilege to learn this from experts from Academics and Industrial background.

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