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Simulation CFD Fundamentals 3: Solving and Results Interpretation

GBCI: 0920002356

Build on your fundamental knowledge of Autodesk Simulation CFD. In this course you'll learn how to set solver settings for common AEC applications. The solver is the physics engine that dictates the results of your simulation, based on your inputs.
Eligible for 4 CE HOURS.
  • 4 CE

Rating system: v4, v2009

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This course was developed for practicing engineers within the AEC industry, and advanced students, who are looking for a primer on using Autodesk Simulation CFD on their projects. This is the third of a series of six courses, and covers the fundamentals of final stages of the Simulation CFD workflow.

Build on your fundamental knowledge of Autodesk Simulation CFD. In this course you'll learn how to set solver settings for common AEC applications. The solver is the physics engine that dictates the results of your simulation, based on your inputs. You'll also learn some best practices on interpreting results to help improve your designs.

Objectives

  1. Find and set proper solver options.
  2. Learn about monitoring run convergence to confirm valid results.
  3. Gain knowledge of how to interpret AEC flow and thermal results.
  4. Get hands on experience quantifying the impact of a design change.
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Created by

Autodesk, Inc.
San Rafael, CA
United States

Leaders

Tommy Mello
Mark Decker