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Applied CCM training class

The fastest way of achieving proficiency in numerical modelling is a customised training program, delivered by an industry leader. Customers benefit from tutoring, advice on software tools and suitability for their specific applications.  A range of training styles include traditional lectures, hands-on tutorials and custom one-to-one tutoring.The training topics range from basic introduction through to advanced courses.

Upcoming Classes

CourseDateLocationCostRegister
Standard OpenFOAM® 8th & 9th July 2019Melbourne, AUS A$1320* inc GSTClosed
Advanced OpenFOAM®2nd & 3rd September 2019Melbourne, AUS A$1320* inc GST
Standard OpenFOAM®14th & 15th November 2019Melbourne, AUS A$1320* inc GST
Pointwise20th & 21st August 2019Melbourne, AUSFree** Contact us

*  Academic – A$880 inc GST; Student A$660 inc GST

** Available to Pointwise customers with current maintenance

Standard OpenFOAM® Training

This class is suitable for those with limited or no prior experience using OpenFOAM®. It includes a basic overview of the library, discussion of the fundamentals of the library, discretization schemes, linear solver settings and case set up. This training course includes:

  • Discussion of basic commands and utilities
  • Overview of the OpenFOAM library
  • Review of the finite volume method
  • Discretization and linear solver set up guide
  • 4 hands-on examples
  • Best practices for case set up

Note: Training includes snacks and lunch. This training is suitable for Caelus users.

Advanced OpenFOAM® Training

This class is suitable for those with user level experience using OpenFOAM®. Participants in the course will learn the layout of the OpenFOAM® library, how to copy and compile a solver. In addition, introduction to C++ programming language, creation of the new turbulence model as a part of the existing OpenFOAM® library with curvature correction. Lastly, the ability to read the OpenFOAM® library without fear, removing the FUD (fear, uncertainty and doubt) that grips most new users. The methodology employed consists of a series of lectures that provide a general understanding of OpenFOAM® topics followed by hands-on work. This training focuses on the OpenFOAM® Foundation version of OpenFOAM® but can be applied to other forks. Participants will be able to customise top level solvers in OpenFOAM® after this training course. This training course includes:

  • C++ introduction
  • OpenFOAM library layout
  • Compilation of OpenFOAM solvers and utilities
  • C++ classes and inheritance
  • Creating a new turbulence model
  • Boundary condition code walk through
  • Hand-on examples

Note: Training includes snacks and lunch. This training is suitable for Caelus users.

Pointwise Standard Training

This class is suitable for those with limited or no prior experience using Pointwise. It includes a full overview of the program, coverage of the graphical user interface style, interaction and customisation. Using demonstrations and hands-on experience. This training includes:

  • Database creation
  • Creating structured grids
  • Creating unstructured grids
  • Extruded grids and hybrid topologies
  • Edit, dimension and distribution commands, and more
  • Solid Meshing and modeling
  • T-Rex (anisotropic tetrahedral meshing)
  • Glyph 2 scripting

Pointwise Standard Courses in our Melbourne, AUS office are free for customers with current maintenance. Note: Training includes snacks and lunch. If you are a non-Pointwise customer and would like to register for a course contact us for more information.

Training at Your Site

To suite your needs, on-site training can be tailored. Note: training facilities, including workstations, will be your responsibility. Contact us for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many days does the course last?

Duration of OpenFOAM and Pointwise standard classes is 2 days. On-site class duration depends on the level of customisation.

Do we offer reduced registration prices for Academics and Students ?

Absolutely. Click on the applicable course heading (i.e OpenFOAM standard) under Upcoming classes for more details.

What are the hours?

Our classes are usually conducted from 9.00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day. We ask attendees to arrive between 8:30-9:00 a.m. so everyone is set up and ready to start on time. Coffee, tea and snacks are provided. During this time many people spend this time eating and getting to know the other attendees.

The classes can end early on one or more days, depending on class discussion, any specific problem related questions or additional problems attendees may have. To reinforce what is learned in class , we are happy to provide personalised advice for your own cases.

Will I be bored, I am an advanced user?

Our classes cover beginner to advanced topics with instruction tailored to the experience level of the class. Advanced users typically find the review of the basics in the class beneficial and pick up time-saving techniques they didn’t know before, while learning how to incorporate more advanced capabilities into their own processes.

We also offer an advanced OpenFOAM® course that deals with such topics as advanced C++ features, OpenFOAM® library architecture, pressure-velocity coupling, writing a new solver, writing a new turbulence model and writing a new boundary condition. Contact us for more information and dates.

Course locations?

OpenFOAM courses are delivered at various venues. Pointwise course are delivered at our premises.

Cancellation Policy

You must cancel a confirmed training reservation no later than seven calendar days prior to the start of the course. If you cancel after that time or fail to attend, your credit card will be charged the standard fee.

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