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Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a tool with amazing flexibility, accuracy and breadth of application. But in order to get true insights that can help you optimize your designs, you should choose your software carefully. ANSYS CFD goes beyond qualitative results to deliver accurate quantitative predictions of fluid interactions and tradeoffs. These insights reveal unexpected opportunities for your product, opportunities that even experienced engineering analysts can otherwise miss.

1. Introduction to CFD & user interface. 2. Geometry creation & global meshing. 3. Local meshing. 4. Solver basics. 5. Turbulence modeling. 6. Boundary & cell zone conditions. 7. Solver mathematics & post processing. 8. Case study. 9. Mini project.

Member Fees
110.0 EGP
Non member Fees
120.0 EGP

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Hamdy Dabous


Eng. Hamdy is a Mechanical Designer at Gharably Integrated Engineering Company (GIECO), and currently studying for his Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. He previously worked as a Cad & Simulation Engineer at Panache Engineering Inc., and was the Mechanical Head at Torpedo Team for ROV. Eng. Hamdy has a certification in “Modelling and Simulation using Simulink” from University of Applied Sciences Wiesbaden; in addition to a certification in “Hands-on Introduction to Engineering Simulations” from Cornell University. He also has a certification in “Finite Element Analysis and Applications” from Tsinghua University.

Electra Center
Wednesday, Saturday and Monday from 6 to 8:30 pm
Eight to nine sessions, three hours each.