FloEFD: Introductory

Dates

4th Sep / 6th Sep 2018
EUR 1950
Almelo

FloEFD: Introductory

This course is designed to provide new users of FloEFD with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems. The main goals of the course are to make the student familiar with the operation and functionality of FloEFD and to instill good engineering modeling practices.

 

Course Highlights

This course is designed to provide new users of FloEFD with a background sufficient for tackling a wide range of flow and thermal analysis problems. The main goals of the course are to make the student familiar with the operation and functionality of FloEFD and to instill good engineering modeling practices.

The course covers the documented lectures and hands-on tutorials, with demonstrations used to illustrate important points as well as emphasize the ease-of-use and power of FloEFD. The combination of these different formats is designed to show the student the range of functionality available in FloEFD and how they can utilize them through appropriate tutorials covering a wide range of different applications.

Hands-on lab exercises will reinforce lecture and discussion topics under the guidance of our industry expert instructors.

 

You will learn how to:

  • Brief introduction to solid modeling using Solidworks
  • Fundamental operation and functionality of the FloEFD software
  • Overall flow and thermal analysis creation methodology
  • Meshing techniques
  • Design variants and parametric functionality
  • Pre- and post-processing tools
  • Introduction to advanced topics

 

Hands-on labs

  • Familiarity with the User Interface
  • Create a New Project using the Project Wizard
  • Preparing a model for analysis
  • Using “Goals” to determine analysis convergence
  • Understanding of the Solver Monitor screen
  • Calculation Control options
  • Preview window for graphs and plots
  • Review of results using post-processing items
  • Creating animations and analysis reports and spreadsheets
  • File structure of analysis folder
  • Design variants and cloned projects