## OVERVIEW

• CLASSROOM LENGTH:   2 days

• INSTRUCTOR-LED ONLINE LENGTH:  4 days

PREREQUISITES: Knowledge of SOLIDWORKS and basic mechanical engineering concepts is recommended.

DESCRIPTION:  This course discusses the basics of turbulent fluid flow analysis, in addition to covering meshing concerns, modeling concerns, analysis, post‐processing, available options, and preferences.

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SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation

## ONLINE CLASSES

Self Paced Training

Instructor Led Training

## IN-PERSON CLASSES

Classroom Style Training

Private Training

Lesson 1:
Creating a SOLIDWORKS Flow Simulation Project

• Case Study: Manifold Assembly
• Problem Description
• Model Preparation
• Post-processing
• Exercise 1

Lesson 2:
MESHING

• Case Study: Chemistry Hood
• Computational Mesh
• Basic Mesh
• Initial Mesh
• Geometry Resolution
• Result Resolution/Level of Initial Mesh
• Control Planes
• Exercises 2-5

Lesson 3:
Thermal Analysis

• Case Study: Electronics Enclosure
• Fans
• Perforated Plates
• Exercise 6-7

Lesson 4:
External Transient Analysis

• Case Study: Flow Around a Cylinder
• Reynolds Number
• External Flow
• Transient Analysis
• Turbulence Intensity
• Two Dimensional Flow
• Computational Domain
• Calculation Control Options
• Time Animation
• Exercise 8

Lesson 5:
Conjugate Heat Transfer

• Case Study: Heated Cold Plate
• Conjugate Heat Transfer
• Real Gases
• Exercise 9

Lesson 6:
EFD ZOOMING

• Case Study: Electronics Enclosure
• EFD Zooming

Lesson 7:
POROUS MEDIA

• Case Study: Catalytic Converter
• Porous Media
• Design Modification
• Exercise 10

Lesson 8:
ROTATING REFERENCE FRAMES

• Part 1: Averaging
• Case Study: Table Fan
• Noise Prediction
• Part 2: Sliding Mesh
• Case Study: Blower Fan
• Tangential Faces of Rotors
• Time Step
• Part 3: Axial Periodicity
• Exercise 11

Lesson 9:
Parametric Study

• Case Study: Piston Valve
• Parametric Analysis
• Part 1: Goal Optimization
• Part 2: Design Scenario
• Part 3: Multi-Parameter Optimization
• Exercise 12

Lesson 10:
Free Surface

• Case Study: Water Tank
• Free Surface
• Experimental Data
• Exercise 13 & 14

Lesson 11:
CAVITATION

• Case Study: Cone Valve

Lesson 12:
Relative Humidity

• Case Study: Cook House

Lesson 13:
Particle Trajectory

• Case Study: Hurricane Generator
• Exercise 15

Lesson 14:
Supersonic Flow

• Case Study: Conical Body

Lesson 15:

• Case Study: Billboard

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