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O li
OutlineofTheTalk
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ComputationalFluidDynamics:AnOverview
Th Th
TheThreeStepProcess
St P

IndustrialapplicationsofCFD
CFD
CFD:careerandopportunities
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Fl id fl
Fluidflow

Studyoffluidundermotioniscalledfluiddynamics
Fl id fl
Fluidflowsaregovernedbysetofequationssatisfying
db
t f
ti
ti f i
conservationofmass,momentumandenergy
Aim of any fluid flow study
Aimofanyfluidflowstudy
Toknoweffectoffluidonboundaries
Boundariesmaybesolidsurfaceorinterfacewithotherfluids
y
Example

Dragonacar
H tt
Heattransferrateinheatexchangers
f
t i h t
h
Heatsinkperformance
Pressuredragacrossapump
Temperaturedistributioninaroom

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Wh
Whereisfluidflow?
i fl id fl
?

Fluidflowsencounteredineverydaylifeinclude

meteorological phenomena (rain wind hurricanes floods fires)


meteorologicalphenomena(rain,wind,hurricanes,floods,fires)
environmentalhazards(airpollution,transportofcontaminants)
heating,ventilationandairconditioningofbuildings,carsetc.
g
g
g
combustioninautomobileenginesandotherpropulsionsystems
interactionofvariousobjectswiththesurroundingair/water
complexflowsinfurnaces,heatexchangers,chemicalreactorsetc.
l fl
i f
h
h
h i l
processesinhumanbody(bloodflow,breathing,drinking...)
and so on and so forth
andsoonandsoforth

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Methodsforsolvingfluidflow
h d f
l
fl d fl

Dragonflatplate

AnalyticalFluidDynamics(AFD)
Mathematicalanalysisof
Mathematical analysis of
governingequations,including
exactandapproximatesolutions
Steps
SetupProblemandgeometry,
identifyalldimensionsand
parameters
Listallassumptions,
approximations,simplifications,
boundaryconditions
SimplifyPDEs
S
lf

Integrateequations
ApplyI.C.sandB.C.stosolvefor
constantsofintegration
t t fi t
ti
Verifyandplotresults

Integralanalysisofsteadyflow
momentumequation

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Methodsofsolvingfluidflow
h d f l
fl d fl

AFD Limitations
ComplexityofGoverning
Complexity of Governing
equations
Viscosity
Phasechange.

ComplexityofGeometry

Geometryofourinterest

GoverningEquations
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Methodsofsolvingfluidflow
h d f l
fl d fl

ExperimentalFluidDynamics
((EFD))

EFD

Observationanddataacquisition
throughexperimentation

Steps

Buildprototypeofproduct
Dodimensionalanalysis
Collectdataofinterest
Understandabouttheproduct
performance

Limitations
Time
Cost
Feasibility

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Methodsofsolvingfluidflow
h d f l
fl d fl

Computationalfluiddynamics(CFD)
Numericalsolutionsofgoverning
equations

Steps
Mathematicalmodelingofphysics
Numericalmethods(discritization
andsolutiontechniques)
Visualizationofdata

Advantages

Lowcost
Speed
Comprehensiveinformation

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Si l E
SimpleEquation:SimpleSolution
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Si l S l i LimitedUse
Li i d U

Whichequationisthis?

Bernoulli'sEquation
Wh i h
Whatisthetypicalapplicationofthis?
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li i
f hi ?
Dischargethroughpipe
Howtomeasuredischarge?
How to measure discharge ?
Venturi MeterExperiment

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Si l E
SimpleEquation:SimpleSolution
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Si l S l i LimitedUse
Li i d U

Steps
Measurethepressuredropintermsofthemercurycolumn
M
h
d
i
f h
l
UseBernoullisequation
Solvetheequation
Solve the equation
Q = Cd A2

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2 gh( 2 1 )
;
4
1

D2
where, =
D1
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Si l E
SimpleEquation:SimpleSolution
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Si l S l i LimitedUse
Li i d U

Limitations
Letslookattheequationcarefully
Lets look at the equation carefully

Wh i h
Whatistheconservationprinciple?
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i i l ?
Isitapplicableforviscousflows?
Is it applicable for compressible flows ?
Isitapplicableforcompressibleflows?
Whatifthereissomeenergyadditionandextractionbetweentwo
sections?
Isitapplicableforunsteadyflows?
I i
li bl f
d fl
?

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Fl id Fl
FluidFlowEquations:TheNavier
E
i
Th N i StokeEquation
S k E
i

AlthoughBernoullisEquationisverysimpletosolve,its
applications are limited
applicationsarelimited
Fluidflowequations
Conservationofmass
Conservation of mass
Massisneithercreatednordestroyedinthefluidparcel

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Fl id Fl
FluidFlowEquations:TheNavier
E
i
Th N i StokeEquation
S k E
i

Fluidflowequations
Newton
Newton'sssecondlawofmotion
second law of motion
Therateofchangeofmomentum=sumoftheforcesactingonthefluid

ConservationofEnergy(FirstLawofThermodynamics)
Thechangeintotalenergy=netheattransfer networkdonebythe
fluid

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Wh i CFD ?
WhatisCFD?

Computational Fluid Dynamics


Computational:Havingtodowithmathematics,computing
Computational : Having to do with mathematics computing
FluidDynamics:Thedynamicsofthingsthatflow

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Computational Fluid Dynamics(CFD)isthescienceof


predictingfluidflow,heattransfer,masstransfer,chemical
reactions,andrelatedphenomenabysolvingthe
mathematicalequations whichgoverntheseprocesses
using numerical methods (i.e.,onacomputer)
usingnumericalmethods
(i e on a computer)

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Fl id Fl
FluidFlowEquations:TheNavier
E
i
Th N i StokeEquation
S k E
i

Integralfrom
ScalarTransportEquation
Scalar Transport Equation

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Fl id Fl
FluidFlowEquations:TheNavier
E
i
Th N i StokeEquation
S k E
i

Differentialform
ConservationofMass
C
ti
fM

MomentumEquation

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Fl id Fl
FluidFlowEquations:TheNavier
E
i
Th N i StokeEquation
S k E
i

Differentialform
ConservationofEnergy
Conservation of Energy

Equationofstate
E
i
f

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P
PropertyRelation
R l i

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Fl id Fl
FluidFlowEquations:TheNavier
E
i
Th N i StokeEquation
S k E
i

Analyticalsolutionofaboveequationsarealmost
impossible
Complexityofequation
Viscosity:Boundarylayer,turbulence
Unsteady
Nonlinear
Canbesolvedonsimplegeometries
Flowovercylinder,flatplateetc

Complexityofreallifegeometries
C
l i
f
l lif
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Heatexchanger
Pump,turbine
Car,etc

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OtherComplexities
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PhaseChange
C b ti
Combustion
Multiphaseflows
R ti
Reactions,etc
t

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N
NumericalMethods
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Thereisonlyonewayout
Solvingequationsnumerically
Solving equations numerically
Differentmethodsareavailable
FiniteDifferentMethod(FDM)
FiniteVolumeMethod(FVM)
Finite Volume Method (FVM)
FiniteElementMethod(FEM)

TheoverallideaisDividethedomaininsmallpartsandsolvethe
governingequationsforonepartatatimetakingintoaccountthe
effect of neighbors
effectofneighbors

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Fi i Diff
FiniteDifferenceMethod(FDM)
M h d (FDM)

Historically,theoldestofthethree
Thedomainisdiscretized intoaseriesofgridpoints
g p

Thegoverningequationsarediscretized (convertedtoalgebraic
form))

astructured(ijk)meshisrequired

firstandsecondderivativesareapproximatedbytruncatedTaylorseries
expansions

Theresultingsetoflinearalgebraicequationsissolved
g
g
q
iteratively

i
j

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i
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Fi i Diff
FiniteDifferenceMethod(FDM)
M h d (FDM)

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Procedure:
Startwiththeconservationequationindifferentialform
Start with the conservation equation in differential form
Solutiondomainiscoveredbygrid
Approximatethedifferentialequationateachgridpointby
Approximate the differential equation at each grid point by
approximatingthepartialderivativesfromthenodalvalues
ofthefunctiongivingonealgebraicequationpergridpoint
Solvetheresultingalgebraicequationsforthewholegrid.At
eachgridpointyousolvefortheunknownvariablevalueand
the value of itssneighboringgridpoints
thevalueofit
neighboring grid points

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Fi i Diff
FiniteDifferenceMethod(FDM)
M h d (FDM)

ThefinitedifferencemethodisbasedontheTaylorseries
expansion about a point, x
expansionaboutapoint,x

Assumethatweknowthevalueoff atx
(point1)inFig.
Wewanttocalculatethevalueoff atx+x
(point2)

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FDM R
FDMRepresentationofDerivative
i
fD i i

Ifwewishtoapproximatethepartialderivativewiththeabovealgebraic
finitedifferencequotient

Thelowestorderterminthetruncationerrorinvolvesxtothefirstpower;hence,
thefinitedifferenceexpressioninEq.aboveiscalledfirstorderaccurate.

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Diff
DifferenceEquation
E
i

Whenallthepartialderivativesinagivenpartialdifferential
equationarereplacedbyfinitedifferencequotients,theresulting
algebraicequationiscalledadifferenceequation
l b i
i i
ll d diff
i
Considerunsteady,onedimensionalheatconductionequationwith
Consider
unsteady onedimensional heat conduction equation with
constantthermaldiffusivity

Considerforwarddifferenceintime

Considercentraldifferenceinspace

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Diff
DifferenceEquation
E
i

Writingjustthedifferenceequation

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Diff
DifferenceEquation
E
i
PartialDifferentialEquation

Notruncationerrors,the
equationrepresentsphysics
Difficulttosolve!!!

DifferenceEquation

Truncationerrors:Basedonorderof
finitedifferencerepresentation
Willbesolvingsomeapproximated
PDEs,notthePDEwehavestarted
with
Needtoconsider,consistency,stability
andconvergenceofmethod
g

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Fi i Diff
FiniteDifferenceMethod
M h d

Oncethedifferenceequationareformed,theycanbesolved
using different numerical techniques
usingdifferentnumericaltechniques
Needtotalkabout
Stabilityofscheme
Consistencyofscheme
Convergenceofscheme

Somepopularmethods
LaxWendroff Technique
Maccormacks Technique
Andmanymore.

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Fi i V l
FiniteVolumeMethod
M h d

Theintegralformofgoverningequationsareused
Using Finite Volume Method the solution domain is subdivided
UsingFiniteVolumeMethod,thesolutiondomainissubdivided
intoafinitenumberofsmallcontrolvolumesbyagrid
Theconservationequationsaresolvedoneachcontrolvolume
t ki i t
takingintoaccounttheeffectofneighbors
t th ff t f i hb
Illustrationofthecells

Continuous domain
Continuousdomain
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Discretized domain
Discretizeddomain
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Fi i V l
FiniteVolumeMethod
M h d

Governingequations

Discritizedform

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Fi i V l
FiniteVolumeMethod
M h d

Oncethealgebraicequationsareformed,theycanbesolved
by numerical algorithms
bynumericalalgorithms
Needtotalkabout
Need to talk about
Stability
Consistency
Convergence

Solutionmethodsfor
Compressibleflows(densitybasedorcoupledsolvers)
Incompressibleflows(pressurebasedorsegregatedsolvers)

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Wh i CFD ?
WhatisCFD?

Computational Fluid Dynamics


Computational:Havingtodowithmathematics,computing
Computational : Having to do with mathematics computing
FluidDynamics:Thedynamicsofthingsthatflow

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Computational Fluid Dynamics(CFD)isthescienceof


predictingfluidflow,heattransfer,masstransfer,chemical
reactions,andrelatedphenomenabysolvingthe
mathematicalequations whichgoverntheseprocesses
using numerical methods (i.e.,onacomputer)
usingnumericalmethods
(i e on a computer)

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CFD
HowItWorks?
k ?

Analysisbeginswithamathematical
model ofaphysicalproblem.
p y
p
Conservationofmass,momentum,
andenergymustbesatisfied
throughouttheregionofinterest.
g
g
Simplifyingassumptions aremadein
ordertomaketheproblemtractable
((e.g.,steadystate,incompressible,
g,
y
,
p
,
inviscid,twodimensional).
Provideappropriateboundaryand
initialconditionsfortheproblem
p

Commercialfintubeheatexchanger

Domainofinterest
D
i fi
Areabetweentwofins
Halfthicknessoffin

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C
CFD
HowItWorks?
k ?

CFDappliesnumericalmethods(called
discretization)todevelopalgebraic
equationstoapproximatethegoverning
ti
t
i t th
i
differentialequationsoffluidmechanics
inthedomaintobestudied.

Th
Thesystemofalgebraicequationsare
f l b i
i
solvednumerically(onacomputer)for
theflowfieldvariablesateachnodeor
cell.

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Governing differential equations


Governingdifferentialequations
algebraic
Thecollectionofcellsiscalledthegridor
mesh.

Meshforplatefinproblem

Systemofequationsaresolved(usually
throughiterations)toprovidesolution.

Thefinalsolutionispostprocessed to
extractquantitiesofinterest(e.g.lift,
f
(
lf
drag,heattransfer,separationpoints,
pressureloss,etc.)

TemperatureContours
p
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C
CFD:3StepProcess
3S

PreProcessing

Problemspecification
Additionalmodels(askedbyphysics)
Numerical Computations
NumericalComputations

Solver

PostProcessing

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PreProcessing

Sol er
Solver

Geometrycreation
Geometrycleanup
Meshgeneration
Boundaryconditions

Understandingflowwithcolor,contour
etc..plots
Lineandcontourdata
Averagevalues(Drag,life,heattransfer
coefficient)
Report generation
Reportgeneration

PostProcessing

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CFD 3 S
CFD:3StepProcess
P
ColdAirOut

ColdWater

Hot Air In
HotAirIn

BuildGeometry

Compute
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CreateGrid

BoundaryConditions

PostProcess
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S
Step1:PreProcessing
1 P P
i

Geometry
Definingthedomaininwhichthegoverningequationsaresolved
Defining the domain in which the governing equations are solved
Twowaysforcreatinggeometry
y
gg
y
1. UsededicatedCADsoftware

2.

Usepreprocessingsoftwaretocreategeometry

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CATIA,SolidWorks,ProE etc..
Mostly followed for complex geometries
Mostlyfollowedforcomplexgeometries
Needtorepairgeometryafterimportingintopreprocessingsoftware
ICEMCFD,GAMBIT,GridZ etc

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Step1:PreProcessing
1 P P
i

Grid
Dividingthedomainintosmallparts
Dividing the domain into small parts
Cartesian

Quadtree/Octtree
PatchedGrid

MonoBlock
Structured(BFC)
(
)
MultiBlock
Unstructured

OverlappingGrid

Triangulation/Tetrahedron
Quadrilateral / Hexahedrons
Quadrilateral/Hexahedrons

Cartesiantriangulations
CartesianStructured

Hybrid
y
Structuredtriangulations
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Step1:PreProcessing
1 P P
i

PreProcessingSoftware

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ICEM CFD
ICEMCFD
GAMBIT
TGrid
GridZ
Hypermesh
ANSA
StarCCM+
etc
etc

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Step2:Solution
2 S l i

Solutionofgoverningequations

Solvers

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Selection of solver
Selectionofsolver
Applyingappropriateboundaryconditions
Applyingappropriatediscretization
pp y g pp p
scheme
Makingappropriateassumptions
etc.

ANSYS FLUENT
ANSYSFLUENT
ANSYSCFX
StarCCM+
FlowZ
etc

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S
Step3:PostProcess
3 P
P

APictureisWorthaThousandWords

Visualizationofdata

PostProcessors

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ColorPlots
Contourplots
Pathlines
XYplots
etc

ANSYSFLUENT
ANSYSCFX
ViewZ
etc

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SomeApplicationsofCFD:Aerospace
A li ti
f CFD A

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Combustor
Externalaerodynamics
Firesuppression
Inlets and nozzles instrumentation
Inletsandnozzlesinstrumentation
Missilesystems
Propulsion
Pumps
p
Rotorairframeinteraction

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SomeApplicationsofCFD:Automobile
A li ti
f CFD A t
bil

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Airhandlingsystems
Enginecooling
Intakeandexhaustmanifolds
E t
Externalaerodynamics
l
d
i
Motorsports
Powertrain
Oilfilters
Combustionchamber
PassengerComfort

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SomeApplicationsofCFD:Electronic
A li ti
f CFD El t i

Electronics
l

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Componentlevelflowandcooling
Telecommunicationequipment
Engineandtransmissioncontrollers
M
Magneticstoragedevices
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SomeApplicationsofCFD:HVAC
A li ti
f CFD HVAC

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Airflowaroundbuildings
g
Burnerdesign
Fannoise
Environmentalcontrolsystems
Heatingsystemdesign
g y
g
Ducts,hoods,valves,fittings
Roomflowdistribution

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SomeApplicationsofCFD:ChemicalEngineering
A l
fC
Ch
l

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Reactordesign
g
Mixers
Heatexchanger
Filterdesign
Compressors
p

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CareerOpportunitiesforCFDEngineer
O
i i f CFD E i

Development
Profile

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Education(Minimum)

SkillSets

CADDeveloper

B.E. /B.Tech

Programming
Geometry

Meshing Developer

B.E. /B.Tech

Programming
MeshingAlgorithms

SolverDeveloper

M.E./M.Tech

Programming
Physics

PostProcessingDeveloper

B.E./B.Tech

Programming
Visualization
Physics

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CareerOpportunitiesforCFDEngineer
O
i i f CFD E i

Application
Profile

Education(Minimum)

SkillSets

PreProcessingEngineer

B.E. /B.Tech

CADSoftware
Preprocessingsoftware
f
Physicsunderstanding

CFDAnalysisEngineer

B.E. /B.Tech

Solversoftware
Physicsunderstanding

CADSoftware
CATIA,UG,ProE

Preprocessingsoftware
ICEMCFD,GAMBIT,Tgrid,GridZ,etc..

Solver
ANSYSFLUENT,ANSYSCFX,FlowZ,etc..

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CareerOpportunitiesforCFDEngineer
O
i i f CFD E i

Testing
Profile

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Education(Minimum)

SkillSets

PreProcessingTesting
Engineer

B.E. /B.Tech

Preprocessing
software
f
Programming
Scripting

SolverTestingEngineer

B.E. /B.Tech

Solversoftware
Physicsunderstanding
Programming
Scripting
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CFD C
CFDCompaniesinIndia
i i I di

Product:
ANSYSFLUENT,StartCD,MSCSoftware,MatrixCFDSolutions,ESISoftware,Flomerics,Zeus
Numerix Partial Derivative Flowmaster
Numerix,PartialDerivative,Flowmaster

Consultancy:
Infosys,Infotech,Quantech
y ,
,Q
GlobalServices,PacificMindware
,
Engineering,Transoft
g
g,
International,MachWell,Neilsoft,TCS,Satyam,Sungrace,Plexion,MahindraEngineeringDesign
andDevelopmentCo.Ltd.,CADES,OnwardTechnologies,Bechtel,CSMSoftware,QUEST,Tata
INCAT

Engineering:
TataEngineering,AshokLeyland,MahindraandMahindra,Thermax,BayerIndia,BHEL,
Kirloskar,MICO,NHMGIndia,Reliance,NTPC,Escort,ForbesMarshall,Maruti,MagnaSteer,
Toyo,AtlasCopco,TVS,Concentric,BHER

DesignCenters:
JohnDeere,JohnF.WelchTechnologyCentreGE,Emerson,Cummins,GeneralMotor,Whirlpool,
John Deere John F Welch Technology Centre GE Emerson Cummins General Motor Whirlpool
Snecma Aerospace,Honeywell,Ford,DaimlerChrysler,Intel,TACO,Delphi
*AboveistherepresentativelistofcompaniesdevelopingorusingCFDtools.Nameofthe
company might have been changed over the period of time.
companymighthavebeenchangedovertheperiodoftime.

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Rudimentary
knowledgeof
Computerusage

Man power for R&D


ManpowerforR&D
CFDCodedeveloper:
developingaspecial
codeforaproblem
d f
bl
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UseofCFD
Software?

PGEnginee
ering
College
es

Basicfluid
mechanics

Howtoexecute
CFDsoftware

R&D
L
Laborator
ries

######+2student

UGEngiineering
Colle
eges

C
CareerPath:CFD
P h CFD

Manpowerfor
I d t
Industry
CFDUser:Analysisof
EngineeringProblem
Coursesin
Turbulence
Combustion
Numericalmethods
GasDynamics
Computationalgeometry
Grid generation
Gridgeneration
Datastructures
Parallelcomputing
..
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T
TeamBehindCCTech
B hi d CCT h
CoreTeam
SandipN.Jadhav
S
di N J dh
M.Tech.(Aero),
IITBombay

ChiefExecutiveOfficer
Chi
fE
i Offi
Expertise:CAD,
ComputationalGeometry,
GridGeneration

VijayMali
M.Tech.(Aero),
IITBombay

ChiefOperationalOfficer
Expertise:CFD,
Multidisciplinary Design
MultidisciplinaryDesign
Optimization

NemKumar
B.E.(Aeronautical),
PEC

ProgramDirectory(CAD)
Expertise:CAGD,Software
ProductDevelopment

SamMathew
B.Tech.(Chemical)IIT
B b
Bombay

ProgramDirector(CFD)
Expertise:Multiphaseand
C b ti M d lli
CombustionModelling

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T
TeamBehindCCTech
B hi d CCT h
Prof.K.Sudhakar
Ph.D.(IITBombay)

Mr.Rakesh Mehta
M.Tech.(IIT
Bombay)

Dr.M.S.Tandale
Ph.D.IITBombay

ProfessorandHOD,Dept.of
AerospaceEngg,IITBombay
Expertise:Multidisciplinary
Optimization,System
Engineering

Advisory
y

Director,BitMapper Integration
Technologies,andMechatronics
Expertise:VLSIDesignand
Fabrication,VLSITraining

Mr.Suryakant

Turbulencemodelling

Mr.Visavale

ChemicalProcessModelling

Mr.Yadav

CFDofsolidification

Mr.DattaParle

CADandFEAdevelopment

Mr.IrshadKhan

GridGeneration

Mr Abhishek Jain
Mr.AbhishekJain

Aerospace Simulations
AerospaceSimulations

Mr.Vishvadeep

CADdevelopment

Mr.RajeshGhole

GraphicsSoftwareDevelopment

ProfessorandHead,
Dept.ofMechanicalEngg.,Dr
BATULonere

Dr.Ashish V.Orpe
Ph.D.(Chemical
Engineering)IIT
Bombay

Scientist(NCL,Pune)

Mr.AmitayIssac
M.Tech(CSE),IIT
Bombay

P.hd.(UNSW,ADFA)
MDO,ParallelComputing

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