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WHAT IS THE SOLIDWORKS FLOW SIMULATION CLASS?

This two-day training course will teach you the basic skills and background you need to get started running your own fluid flow and heat transfer studies. You’ll learn about the following key topics:

  • The Flow Simulation interface and general setup procedure
  • Meshing tools and considerations
  • Flow balancing and pressure losses
  • Calculating drag and other forces
  • Heat flow through convection and conduction

 

WHO IS THE FLOW SIMULATION COURSE DESIGNED FOR?

Students who already have some basic SOLIDWORKS CAD experience who are interested in running fluid flow and heat transfer studies should enroll.

 

WHY SHOULD I TAKE THIS COURSE FROM DASI SOLUTIONS?

You will be able to leverage years of experience and knowledge gathered from our certified SOLIDWORKS Simulation training team to get your fluid flow and heat transfer studies off on the right foot.

 

HOW MUCH DOES THIS COURSE COST?

Standard classroom training costs $1,495 per student.


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TRAINING CLASS AGENDA

 

1 Creating a Flow Simulation Project

Model Preparation
Post-Processing

2 Meshing

Computational Mesh
Basic Mesh
Initial Mesh
Geometry Resolution
Result Resolution / Level of Initial Mesh
Control Planes
Square Ducting
Thin Walled Box
Heat Sink
Meshing Valve Assembly

3 Thermal Analysis

Fans and Fan Curves
Perforated Plates
Materials with Orthotropic Thermal Conductivity

4 External Transient Analysis

Reynolds Number
External Flow
Transient Analysis
Turbulence Intensity
Solution Adaptive Mesh Refinement
Two Dimensional Flow
Computational Domain
Calculation Control Options
Time Animation
Electronics Cooling

5 Conjugate Heat Transfer

Conjugate Heat Transfer
Real Gases
Heat Exchanger with Multiple Fluids

6 EFD Zooming

EFD Zooming
Computational Domain

 

 

 

7 Porous Media

Porous Media Discussion
Design Modification
Channel Flow

8 Rotating Reference Frames

Averaging
Sliding Mesh
Tangential Faces of Rotors
Time Step

9 Parametric Study

Parametric Analysis
Steady State Analysis
Goal Optimization
Design Scenario
Multi Parameter Optimization
Variable Geometry Dependent Solution

10 Cavitation

Case Study: Cone Valve
Cavitation Discussion

11 Relative Humidity

Relative Humidity Description
Case Study: Cook House

12 Particle Trajectory

Particle Trajectories Overview
Particle Study - Physical Settings
Particle Study - Wall Condition

13 Supersonic Flow

Drag Coefficient
Shock Waves

14 FEA Load Transfer

Case Study: Billboard
FEA Load Tranfer Description