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Tutorial Details: Computational Fluid Dynamics Using CFX (Day 2 of 2)

Date: Thursday, September 14, 2006, 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
Location: 585 Walter
Instructor(s): Associate Professor John P. Abraham,

Numerical simulation of fluid flow (CFD) is generally computationally expensive and very time consuming. Recently, various commercial codes have been developed to simplify the geometry construction, meshing, solving, and processing of results. The ANSYS package allows users to integrate the above-listed steps in a single program. The tutorial will introduce novice users to the ANSYS/CFX software packages and will be structured around a combination of lectures and hands-on workshops. It is expected that attendees will become very familiar with the software by the end of the course and will be able to adapt it for problems of their own interest.

Prerequisites: None