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Autodesk Simulation Multiphysics

Course Overview


The Autodesk Simulation Multiphysics training course will introduce you to performing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analyses on 3-D models. All of the available load and constraint options for CFD analyses will be covered. You will learn how to evaluate the results of CFD analyses and create presentations of the results, including images, animations, and HTML reports. For information regarding the basics of the user interface, refer to the Autodesk Simulation Mechanical - Part 1 course, which is a prerequisite to this course.

Course Content


Introduction
Overview   

  • Installing and Running Autodesk Simulation
  • System Requirements
  • Autodesk Simulation Help
  • Subscription Center
  • Web Links
  • Tutorials
  • Webcasts and Web Courses
  • How to Receive Technical Support
  • Updates
  • Background of FEA
  • What is Finite Element Analysis?
  • Fluid Flow Review
  • Equations Used in the Solution
  • Limitations of CFD
  • Basic FEA Concepts
  • The General Flow of an Analysis

Autodesk Simulation Multiphysicss Example   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Ball Valve Example
  • Meshing the Model
  • Setting up the Model
  • Analyzing the Model
  • Reviewing the Results
  • Creating an Animation
  • Generating a Report

Basics of Fluid Flow Analysis   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Fluid Flow Elements
  • Meshing Options
  • Fluid Generation
  • Tetrahedral and Boundary Layer Meshes
  • Example of Internal Fluid Generation and Boundary Layer Meshing
  • Loading Options
  • Prescribed Inlet/Outlets
  • Prescribed Velocity
  • Pressure/Traction
  • Load Curves
  • Convergence Controls for the "Mixed GLS" and "Penalty" Formulation     Options
  • Output and Printout Intervals
  • Convergence Controls for the "Segregated" Formulation Option
  • Turbulence
  • Surface Prescribed Turbulence Conditions
  • Wall Roughness
  • Reviewing the Results
  • Exercise A: Venturi Model

Results Evaluation and Presentation   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Result Types
  • Reaction Forces
  • Velocity
  • Pressure
  • Vorticity
  • Vorticity Precision
  • Flow Rate
  • Stress
  • Presentation Options
  • 3-D Visualization of 2-D Elements
  • Slice Planes
  • Particle Paths
  • Streamlines
  • Exercise B: 3-D Flow around a Building

Additional Loading Options   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Using a Fan Surface
  • Fan Swirl Effects
  • Example of Fan Surfaces
  • Overview of Rotating Frames of Reference
  • Applying a Rotating Frame of Reference
  • Number of Rotating Frames of Reference
  • Example of a Rotating Frame of Reference
  • Exercise C: Fan Model

Open Channel Flow   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Open Channel Flow Overview
  • Loads Not Available for Open Channel Flow Analysis
  • Initial Fluid Volume
  • Results Unique to Open Channel Flow       
  • Volume of Fluid
  • Open Channel Flow Example
  • Extracting the Model Archive
  • Defining the Initial Fluid Volume and Inlet/Outlet Surfaces
  • Defining the Material and Analysis Parameters
  • Performing the Analysis
  • Animating the Results

Multiphysics   

  • Chapter Objectives
  • Forced Convection (Uncoupled Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer)
  • Natural Convection (Couple Fluid Flow and Thermal)
  • Additional Program Installation Requirements
  • Fluid Structural Interaction (FSI)
  • Thermal Stress
  • Joule Heating
  • Result Options
  • Pipe Tee Example - Uncoupled Fluid/Thermal/Stress
  • Fluid Part Creation and Meshing
  • Setting up and Analyzing the Fluid Flow Model
  • Reviewing the Fluid Flow Results
  • Setting up and Analyzing the Thermal Model
  • Reviewing the Thermal Results
  • Setting up and Analyzing the Structural Model
  • Reviewing the Structural Results
  • Heat Exchanger Example - Coupled Fluid/Thermal
  • Opening and Meshing of the Model
  • Setting up the Model
  • Analyzing the Model
  • Reviewing the ResultsExercise D: Heat Sink Model

    9. Self Study: Formulation Options, Porous Media, and Transient Mass Transfer   

  • Fluid Flow Formulation Options
  • Mixed GLS Formulation
  • Segregated Formulation
  • Penalty Formulation
  • Porous Media
  • Example of Flow through Porous Media
  • Using Porous Media in a Steady or Unsteady Fluid Flow Analysis
  • Example of Using Porous Media in a Steady Fluid Flow Analysis
  • Self Study Exercise
  • Flow through Porous Media with Gravity
  • 2D Elements
  • Transient Mass Transfer Overview
  • Meshing Requirements
  • Defining Species
  • Loading Options
  • Part-Based Loads
  • Surface Based Loads
  • Nodal Loads
  • Analysis Parameters
  • Result Types
  • Species Concentration
  • Mass Flux
  • Mass Rate of Face

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Course was quite helpful in terms of understanding of concepts and practicality. Its really a very friendly environment to learn. The timing were mutually chosen, as we both are working professional. I am quite satisfied with the course.
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