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CFD for Structural Designers & Analysts
Posted Thu June 15, 2017 @06:43AM
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Announcements NAFEMS will host the online training course Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for Structural Designers & Analysts beginning June 28th.

This course aims to introduce the essential principles of fluid dynamics, important flow phenomena, and basics of Computational Fluid Dynamics process to structural engineers and how CFD can be beneficial for their multidisciplinary problems.

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Structural engineers often need to resort to more sophisticated thermal fluid simulations to obtain boundary conditions, loading, performance, etc. for their designs and analyses. Additionally, many engineering problems include strong interaction between structure and fluid.

The target audience for this course is structural engineers, designers, and analysts aiming to incorporate CFD into their everyday practice. Structural engineers not directly using CFD, who need to work with or support CFD analysts will greatly benefit from this course.

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