Ansys CFX Tutorial
Ansys CFX Tutorial | 2.7 Gb
The collection tutorials are available to familiarize new users with setting up, solving, and post-processing CFX problems. These tutorials expose the user to a wide range of physical models and multiphysics. The tutorials use geometry and mesh discretization for quick and easy set up and solution.
About ANSYS, Inc.
Founded in 1970, ANSYS employs over 1,700 employees, and many of them are engineers with advanced degrees and extensive training in fields such as finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics and design optimization. ANSYS is passionate about pushing the limits of its world-class technology, so our customers can turn their design concepts into successful, innovative products.
What We Do
ANSYS develops, markets and supports engineering simulation software used to predict how product designs will behave and how manufacturing processes will operate in real-world environments. The company continually advances simulation solutions by, first, developing or acquiring the very best technology; then integrating it into a unified and customizable simulation platform that allows engineers to efficiently perform complex simulations involving the interaction of multiple physics; and, finally, providing system services to manage simulation processes and data - all so engineers and product developers can spend more time designing and improving products and less time using software and searching for data.
Where We Are
ANSYS is headquartered in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., and has more than 60 strategic sales locations throughout the world. In addition, ANSYS enlists a network of channel partners in more than 40 countries.
About ANSYS CFX software
ANSYS CFX software is a high-performance, general purpose fluid dynamics program that has been applied to solve wide-ranging fluid flow problems for over 20 years. At the heart of ANSYS CFX is its advanced solver technology, the key to achieving reliable and accurate solutions quickly and robustly. The modern, highly parallelized solver is the foundation for an abundant choice of physical models to capture virtually any type of phenomena related to fluid flow. The solver and its many physical models are wrapped in a modern, intuitive, and flexible GUI and user environment, with extensive capabilities for customization and automation using session files, scripting and a powerful expression language.
But ANSYS CFX is more than just a powerful CFD code. Integration into the ANSYS Workbench platform, provides superior bi-directional connections to all major CAD systems, powerful geometry modification and creation tools with ANSYS DesignModeler, advanced meshing technologies in ANSYS Meshing, and easy drag-and-drop transfer of data and results to share between applications. For example, a fluid flow solution can be used in the definition of a boundary load of a subsequent structural mechanics simulation. A native two-way connection to ANSYS structural mechanics products allows capture of even the most complex fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems in the same easy-to-use environment, saving the need to purchase, administer or run third-party coupling software.