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STUDY PLANS
2019/2020

CFD for Thermal Engineering II

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
2156026 Z 3 1+2 Czech
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Department of Energy Engineering
Synopsis:

Extended course in CFD focused on practical problem solutions using CFD codes of ANSYS software.

Requirements:

Basic knowledge of fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Basic CFD capability in the range of ?CFD for thermal engineering I? subject.

Syllabus of lectures:

Introduction to the WorkBench environment and to the Design Modeler and Ansys Meshing pre-processors. CFD ? basic conservation equations, discretization, solvers, convergence and relaxation processes. Laminar and turbulent flow description, used models. Introduction to the post-processing (CFD-post). Computational process experiences.

Syllabus of tutorials:

Practical applications of modeling and simulations in the thermal engineering field by using of Design Modeler and ANSYS Meshing pre-processors, ANSYS Fluent CFD code and CFD-post post-processor.

Study Objective:

Praktická znalost použití metody CFD při řešení úloh zaměřených na tepelnou techniku v prostředí CFD programů ANSYS.

Study materials:

ANSYS Fluent Tutorial Guide. Release 15.0. ANSYS, Inc. November 2013

ANSYS Fluent User?s Guide. Release 15.0. ANSYS, Inc. November 2013

ANSYS Fluent Theory Guide. Release 15.0. ANSYS, Inc. November 2013

DesignModeler User Guide. Release 14.5. ANSYS, Inc. October 2012

ANSYS Meshing User?s Guide. Release 14.5. ANSYS, Inc. October 2012

Workbench User?s Guide. Release 14.5. ANSYS, Inc. October 2012

Bakker, A.: Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics, Lectures; 2008. [Citace: 24. 2. 2013] http://www.bakker.org/dartmouth06/engs150/

Kozubková, M.: Modelování proudění tekutin FLUENT, CFX. Ostrava : VŠB-TU Ostrava, 2008. 142 p.

Note:
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