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CCTech Offers CFD Training
Posted Tue June 16, 2009 @08:52AM
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News To be a successful CFD engineer, one needs to have a good understanding of physics and expertise with commercial software used in the industry.

Because of the exponential growth in computational power and development in numerical algorithms, CFD is becoming a more extensively used virtual simulation technique.


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The use of CFD tools is not only limited to the mechanical or aerospace industries. Over the last decade it has provided value in many other domains like chemical, biomedical, consumer product design, automotive and many more. If one wants to remain in the core engineering field while enjoying challenging simulation work, CFD is the one domain which can give both.

CCTech offers different CFD courses to suit various needs of the industry. The six month CFD course (DACFD) is designed for fresh graduates and post-graduates looking for bright career in engineering design and R&D companies. This course is also suitable for industry professionals working in manufacturing/production/CAD modeling and drafting, who want to change their career path. This six months course is offered twice a year.

The CFD domain is very vast field. It requires the understanding of fundamental engineering concepts and at the same time one needs to remain updated in advance numerical techniques used to capture wide range of physics. CCTech also offers short term courses for those working in a design department who want to gather knowledge of CFD.

These short term courses are also designed for UG/PG students as a pre-cursor to their further studies in CFD. Through these courses, one can get a good knowledge of CFD fundamentals as well as commercial software to do moderately complex projects in CFD. Currently CCTech offers a six week course which includes fundamentals of CFD, ICEM-CFD and ANSYS FLUENT training. This course is offered once every two months.

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