(EA CFD 1)

A brief summary

Computational fluid dynamics is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical and algorithms to solve and analyse problems that involve fluid flows. Computers are used to perform the calculations required to simulate the interaction of liquids and gases with surfaces defined by boundary conditions. Its applications are numerous e.g. aerodynamics of vehicle, flow simulation in an engine, heating and ventilation analysis of rooms

What you will learn?

The following things you will learn during the course period

  • Formulate the governing equations for fluid flow and heat transfer
  • Apply finite difference & finite volume for fluid flow problems
  • CFD Fundamentals & Model set up procedures
  • writing program for solving 1D/2D problems.
  • Using software package for 3D analysis.
  • Geometry Creation,meshing (pre-processing)
  • Solving and Result Analysis (post-processing)
  • Simulate fluid flow problems like flow over a car body,submarine, nozzle
  • Flow through pump, turbine,exhaust fan
  • Analyse complex flow like unsteady, turbulent flow.
  • Analyse compress flow like high speed nozzle.
  • Heat transfer and cooling problems with industrial application like electronic equipments,heat exchangers, Air pre-heater etc.
  • Solving HVAC and turbo machinery problems.

Venue: Chennai,Udvavisk Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Velachery

Start Date: Sept-Oct'2018

Schedule: Every SATURDAY / SUNDAY from (10:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Duration: 36 HOURS (3 Weeks)

Course Fee: Rs. 10,000/-+ GST
10% discount for registering in two courses / group registration ( 2 or more participants)

Targeted Audience

B-tech students of Mechanical, Aeronautical, Civil, Auto-mobile Engineering
M-tech students Thermal, Fluid Power, Chemical engineering etc.


Fluid Mechanics and Engineering Mathematics


Course will be conducted at Udvavisk Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Velachery, Chennai
All courses will be of 36 hrs each. Timing will be as per the schedule above.
You can enrol by paying the registration amount of Rs. 1000/- through online . You need to pay the balance course fees before 2 weeks of the course commencement.
After enrolling for a course you will receive an unique code in your mail, which you can share with your friends. They should enter the same code while enrolling for the same course.
Yes , you can get the open-source software for your laptop/ desktop for your all future purpose. The software will not have any limitation on capability. You can use them to solve your project problems.
You will be provided a project area by the end of course. Every possible support will be provided for the successful completion of the project. The project support will be for 3 months. The support will be through one to one discussion, email and skype.
Project areas include Automotive, Aerospace, Structural, Piping Fluid Flow, Heat Transfer, HVAC and many other engineering applications
CFD:Salome, OpenFOAM, Paraview, Octave| FEA: Salome, Calculix, Octave| SCIETIFIC COMPUTING: Python, SciPy, NumPY, Sage-Mathematics
Cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. You will be getting the exposure to use the cloud facilities to solve your problems.
The participant will be issued two certificates. One participation certificate at the end of workshop and another intern-ship certificate after successful completion of the project.

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