Check out the Introduction to ANSYS CFX Course!


ANSYS CFX Theory Guide

We’re excited to announce our first ANSYS course, Introduction to ANSYS CFX. ANSYS CFX is a computational fluid dynamics software that is used by engineers for design and analysis of CAD models. It can simulate fluid flows in a virtual environment and is frequently used in the aerospace, automotive, and oil and energy fields.

ANSYS CFX is especially attuned to solving problems in turbo machinery and conjugate heat transfer, but it can solve any CFD problem, covering compressible and incompressible flow; ideal and real gas equations of steady and unsteady flow; subsonic, transonic, and supersonic flow; coupled convection; and conduction.

The Introduction to ANSYS CFX course is designed to acquaint new engineers and students looking to learn about how computational fluid dynamics are practically applied in the engineering industry. In this course the common applications of CFX are discussed, along with the types of problems that can be tackled using the software.

At the end of this course, learners will know how to start from a CAD model, turn that model into a CFD mesh, create a CFD solution for that mesh, and interpret the results of that solution.

This course is 1 hour and 27 minutes long and is comprised of 42 video lessons, along with two exercises that allow learners to practice analyzing a CAD Model in CFX from start to finish.

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