Are you curious about diving into the world of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations? The “Introduction to CFD using OpenFOAM” is your gateway to exploring the fascinating realm of fluid dynamics using the powerful open-source software, OpenFOAM.
Embark on your journey into the world of computational fluid dynamics with the “Introduction to CFD using OpenFOAM” Gain the confidence to explore complex fluid phenomena, simulate real-world scenarios, and contribute to cutting-edge research and engineering applications. Don’t miss this opportunity to harness the power of open-source CFD!
In this immersive workshop, we will guide you through the essential concepts of CFD and introduce you to OpenFOAM, a versatile tool that empowers you to simulate and analyse a wide range of fluid flow and heat transfer phenomena. Whether you’re a student, researcher, or engineer taking your first steps in CFD, this workshop is designed to provide you with a solid foundation.
Session Date : October 7th, 2023
Session Time : 05:30 p.m. – 08:30 p.m.
Introduction to CFD:
We’ll start with an overview of computational fluid dynamics, explaining its significance in engineering and science, and showcasing real-world applications.
Getting to Know OpenFOAM:
Discover the fundamentals of OpenFOAM, including its open-source nature, modular architecture, and the concept of solvers and applications. Learn about the role of C++ libraries in creating powerful CFD tools.
Setting Up Your Fisrt Simulation:
We’ll guide you through the installation process and provide tips for configuring OpenFOAM on your machine. Don’t worry if you’re new to Linux – we’ve got you covered!
Explore the importance of meshing in CFD simulations and learn how to create structured grids using OpenFOAM’s meshing tools.
Dive into the heart of CFD by setting up and running your first simulation. Understand the significance of boundary conditions, turbulence models, and numerical schemes.
Discover how to interpret and visualize simulation results using OpenFOAM’s post-processing utilities. Learn how to generate meaningful plots and gain insights into fluid behavior.
Put your knowledge into action with hands-on exercises that walk you through step-by-step simulation setup and analysis. Our experienced instructors will be there to assist you at every stage.
Customisation and Beyond:
Unleash the power of OpenFOAM by exploring how to create custom solvers and modify existing ones to cater to unique simulation requirements.
Learn from industry best practices for efficient and accurate simulations. Understand common pitfalls and how to overcome them.
Q&A and Networking:
Engage in interactive Q&A sessions with our experts, and connect with fellow participants who share your passion for CFD and OpenFOAM.
Eligibility & Fees
Basic qualification of participants:
No prior experience in CFD or OpenFOAM is required. Basic knowledge of fluid dynamics concepts and programming will be beneficial but not mandatory.
Fees breakup for the workshop:
Rs. 265 (Rs. 225 + 18% GST)
Profile of the Instructor
Dr. Chandan Bose is working as an Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Birmingham.He worked as a senior Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the Vortex Interaction Laboratory (VOILAb) within the Institute for Energy Systems, School of Engineering, The University of Edinburgh. Previously, he was a Wallonie Bruxelles International Excellence Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Fluid-Structure Interactions and Experimental Aerodynamics Laboratory and the Multi-physics and Turbulent Flow Computation Laboratory, Dept. of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Liège, Belgium. He has obtained his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the Dept. of Applied Mechanics, IIT Madras, India, where he worked at the Uncertainty Laboratory and the Biomimetics Laboratory. He is passionately interested in fluid dynamics problems of different tastes, especially with flavours of turbulence and nonlinear dynamics. He aims to investigate a variety of complex multiphysics problems involving coupled nonlinear interactions, among which fluid-structure interaction and turbulence are his primary research focus.
All the participants who attend the workshop will receive the certificate. ATTENDANCE is mandatory
Students and researchers (UG, PG, PhD) interested in learning the basics of CFD and OpenFOAM. Engineers looking to expand their skill set by exploring open-source CFD tools. Anyone with a curiosity about fluid dynamics and a willingness to learn.