This course will cover the fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and how it is implemented in commercial ANSYS/CFD software. There will be specific examples taken from wide industries including semiconductor, electronics cooling, data center cooling, and biomedical blood flow applications. Multiphysics applications involving Fluid-Structure-Interaction (FSI) will be demonstrated as a workshop problem.
Two CFD problems will be assigned at the end of the seminar and will be reviewed during the follow-up session. Attendees will receive instructions to download a free ANSYS/Multiphysics with CFX software at the end of the seminar on 11/3 (restrictions apply)*. Attendees will not need either the software installed on their system or experience with ANSYS/Multiphysics with CFX software to attend the 11/3 seminar. However, the software will be needed to complete the two CFD problems assigned on 11/3. These two CFD problems will be reviewed during the follow-up session on 11/17.
YOU WILL LEARN - Computational Fluid Dynamics Fundamentals overview - The boundary and domain condition settings for different set of applications - List of possible challenges to avoid for converged solutions - Coupled multi-disciplinary applications - How your skill as a CFD simulation specialist fits into Silicon Valley industries
YOU WILL GET - Free 30 days ANSYS/Multiphysics with CFX software license*. - Course notes in PDF format. Download instructions will be sent to registrants on November 02, 2012. - Up to 5.5 -7.5 professional development hours may be earned**.
*Proof of citizenship is required. Citizens of some countries may not qualify to receive software. You must comply with U.S. Export law restrictions. Limited initial software installation instruction will provided. No other support for the software is offered.
**Each engineer must determine whether this seminar meets the Board's requirements. Professional development hours (PDH) will be awarded if requested during registration. Up to 5.5 PDH will be awarded for attending the entire seminar/webinar on Saturday, November 3. Up to 2 additional PDH will be awarded to those who also complete the workshops assigned at the end of the seminar/webinar and attend the entire follow up webinar session scheduled on 9:00AM to 12:00PM (PDT) on November 17, 2012. You must attend these events at the scheduled times; no replays of the event will be available.