CFD Online Classes

CFD Flow Engineering will conduct an online training program on CFD modeling of various topics from September 2022 to January 2023

Four batches of participants have been completed successfully.  Most Master’s and Ph.D. students from India, Australia, the USA, Europe, and the Middle East Countries have benefited from this CFD online course.

1) Key Features of Advanced CFD Course:

  • About joining time: There is no specific batch. Anyone can join any time, watch and practice in your spare time
  • Support: Online CFD support is provided to registered participants
  • About introduction: First demo /introductory lecture is provided individually using Google meet or zoom
  •  About the fee: The fee is INR 3500 for Indian students and 5000 (USD 70)  for industry professional or overseas
  • How to register: email to get registration forms:
  •  Certificate: After the course completion, a certificate will be provided
  • All lectures and tutorials are uniquely designed as per recent industry or research demands. It will help in solving complex CFD problems.  
  • Syllabus and Online Access to Training or study materials:
    • Both basic and advanced topics  will be covered in detail with case studies
    • Registered participants get 6 months of access to video lectures, tutorials, presentations, and CFD support for assignments for industrial problems
    • 6 months of access to CFD Learning Hub for ANSYS FLUENT and Open FOAM users ( students, Research scholars, and Industrial Professionals) which covers e-Books, handbooks, tutorials of FLUENT, Space claim, ICEM CFD,  industrial case studies, research articles, etc.
    • Watch Sample lectures on the YouTube Channel of CFD Flow Engineering
  • Who can join this course:
    • Useful for B.Tech/M.Tech projects and Ph.D. related to CFD Analysis
    • This course will be helpful for Master’s, and Ph.D. students who will get jobs in diversified sectors; Automobile, Aerospace, EV Vehicles, Energy sectors, Thermal Plants, Oil & Gas, Process and Chemical Industries, etc.
  • Key subjects: Essential of fluid flow, selection of CFD domain, guidelines for meshing, CFD solver setting,   laminar and turbulent flows, Basic and selection of turbulence models, Heat transfer, Species transport, Multiphase flow, Combustion, and emission controls
  • CFD Soft wares:  ANSYS  Space claim, FLUENT,  Open FOAM, ICEM CFD.
  • CFD guidance will be provided for their graduate projects
  • Interaction with CFD experts who have more than 10 years of experience in CFD Modeling 
  • Up to 80% discount those who submit quality or unique assignments (around 1000 words and 10 Figures of CFD results)
  • Students without a programming background can join
  • 100%  job assistance for registered participants for the current job opening in CFD and flow modeling


Sr. No. Type of Course Features Cost
1 Basic CFD Course using ANSYS FLUENT or OpenFOAM
  • 10 CFD Tutorials
  • 10 Assignments
  • Training materials
  • Rs. 3000 for Indians
  • USD 50 for overseas
2 Advanced CFD Modeling

(Application or Industrial approach ) 

Most Popular Course 

  • 12 Lectures
  • 12 CFD Tutorials
  • 12 Assignments of 25 industrial problems or projects
  • Training materials for ANSYS FLUENT or OpenFOAM, Space claim, ICEM CFD Meshing,
  • UDFs in FLUENT
  •  Open FOAM Training 
  • Online CFD support
  • Job assistance for 1 year
  • Access to CFD Learning Hub
  • Rs. 5000 for Indians Professional
  • Indian Students: Rs 3500
      • Overseas Students/Professional: ~USD 70  (60 Euro )

 2) Syllabus for Advanced CFD Course

   1. Overview and applications of CFD Modeling

    • Method of Study  and investigation
    • Theoretical Approach
    • Experimental Approach
    • Modeling and Simulation and CFD
    • Comparison between CFD and Experimental approach
    • Application of CFD and Fluid Flows
    • Case studies for CFD Modeling

   2. Essentials of  Fluid Flow for CFD Engineers

    • Introduction and Application of Fluid Flows
    • Field theory: Tensor algebra, Scalar, Vector, 2nd order tensor
    •  Conservation equations for Compressible and incompressible flow
    • Hydrostatics
    • Classification of Fluid Flows
    • Navier Stokes equation for Newtonian fluids
    • Forces Acting on Fluid Flows
    • Viscosity for Newtonian and non-Newt onion fluids
    • Boundary theory and effect of pressure gradient
    • Laminar vs Turbulent Flow

   3. Basics of  CFD Modeling 

    • Modeling and Simulation
    •  Classification of CFD Problems based on the type of physics
    • Governing Equations
    •  Numerical Simulation: Geometry, Meshing, and Simulation
    • Element of Mesh, structured and unstructured meshes, quality of meshing
    •  Discretization Methods:  FVM/FDM/FEM
    • Pressure –Velocity Coupling
    •  Case studies of CFD analysis using FLUENT
    • Overview of  CFD soft wares and resources
    •  Structure of OpenFOAM

    4. Turbulent Flow and its CFD Modeling

    • Flow Physics of turbulent flow
    • Comparison of experimental and numerical approaches
    • Experimental Approach: LDV, PIV, HWA
    • Numerical Approach: RANS, LES/ DES, DNS
    • Classifications RANS Models: Isotropic and anisotropic models
    • RANS Modeling and EVM: k-ε and k-ω turbulence model, advantage and disadvantage of models
    • Turbulent Boundary layer and its resolutions near walls Case studies

    5. Heat Transfer and its CFD modeling

      • Overview of Heat Transfer
      • Forced Convective Heat Transfer: RANS equations for mass, momentum and energy, Computation of heat transfer coefficients and convective heat transfer rate, Case studies for CFD modeling of forced convection
      • Modeling of Natural Convection: governing equations for turbulent natural convection, Computation of heat transfer coefficients and convective heat transfer rate, Case studies
      • CFD Modeling of Thermal Boundary Layer
      • Mixed Convection
      • Modeling of Radiative Heat Transfer: Surface to surface radiation, Radiative transport equations, modeling of radiation with participating medium (DTRM, P-1 and DOM)

    6. Species Transport or Modeling of Mass Transfer

    • Application and classification of Mass Transfer
    • Laws of mass diffusion
    • Diffusion of Gases
    •  Convective Mass Transfer: equations for mass, momentum and energy, Computation of mass  transfer coefficients
    • Boundary Conditions for Mass Transfer
    • Industrial Case studies: SOx scrubber, SCR, etc.

7. Basic of Combustion and its Modeling

    • Fuel and Combustion
    • Thermodynamics of Combustion
    • Chemical Kinetics
    • Transport equations in Combustion
    • Premixed flames
    • Non-premixed flames
    • Flame Stability in burners
    • Partially Premixed combustion
    • CFD Modeling of Combustion

 8. Basic of Pollutions and technology to reduce emissions, Modeling of Emissions

    • Classification of Pollutants
    • Basics of Pollutant formations
    • Methods of Pollutants reduction
    • Industrial Practices for  Pollutants reduction
    • Combustion technology to modern IC Engine
    • CFD Modeling for SOx, NOx, Soot particles

9. Multiphase Flow Modeling Part 1

    • Theory and applications
    • Detailed classification multiphase modeling
    • Particle and Fluid coupling
    • Methods of multiphase modeling
    • Multi-Eulerian model
    • Particle laden Flows: DPM, DDPM, DEM
    • Examples or case studies in CFD modeling particle-laden flow and bubble column

 10. Multiphase Flow Modeling Part 2

    • Application of Separated Flows
    • Methods of Locating Interface
    • Overview for  Modeling of Separated Flows
    • Volume of Fluid Method (VOF)Level Set Method (LS)
    • Coupled Level Set Volume of Fluid Method (CLSVOF)
    • Case Studies for Modeling of Separated Flow

11. Turbo-machinery and Its CFD Modeling

    • Introduction to turbo-machinery
    • Classification of major turbo-machines
    • Terminology, cascade, and meridian views of turbo-machinery
    • Governing equations for turbo-machinery
    • Modeling of turbo-machinery
    • ANSYS CFD Tools for turbo-machinery
    • Modeling of turbo-machinery using Open FOAM
    • Other CFD Tools for Turbo-machinery

12. User-defined functions  in ANSYS FLUENT and solver customization in Open FOAM

    • Scope of Solver Customization
    • User-Defined Functions in FLUENT: Data type, variable declaration
    • Types of UDFs in FLUENT
    • FLUENT UDFS for Velocity, temperature, Material Properties, Heat Flux and Heat Source etc.
    • Named expressions in FLUENT
    • Open Source code and application in OpenFOAM solver
    • OpenFOAM Solver customization

13. Battery Cooling and Thermal Management for Electric vehicles 

  • Scope of Battery for Electrical Vehicle
  • Classification of Battery Cooling Techniques
  • Battery  Thermal Management System
  • Governing equation for CFD Modeling of Battery
    • Electrical Models
    • Electrochemical kinetics
    • Electrolyte Phase conservation for species
    • Battery Thermal Model: heat transfer and heat generation
    • Phase Change Material (PCM) cooling
    • Heat Pipe
  • CFD Modeling of battery
    1. Modeling of Lithium-ion Battery
    2. NTGK Model
    3. MSMD model
  • Case studies of  Experiment and CFD modeling lithium-ion battery

3) List of CFD Tutorials using FLUENT or Open FOAM

  1.  Flow-Through a pipe, duct optimization
  2. Flow over an obstacle (Car, Truck) or streamlined objects (aero-planes)
  3. Heat Transfer (Conduction, Convection and Radiation) from Heat Exchanger and AC rooms
  4. Species Transport and NOx /SOx Modeling of power plant
  5.  Multiphase Flow: multi-fluid modeling (bubble column)
  6.  Multiphase Flow:  CFD Modeling of particle-laden flow (Cement cyclone)
  7. Multiphase Flow:  CFD Modeling of two immiscible fluids (Flushing tank)
  8.  Pre-mixed  and non-premixed flames for burners
  9. Coal Combustion and pollution modeling
  10. Turbo-machinery -moving zone (Pumps, Fan, Blower, Turbine)
  11.  Battery Cooling Simulations- MSMD Models,  Heat pipe, PCM techniques, etc.

Each tutorial has 2 to 5 Problems for the sufficient practice of application of the concept and CFD modeling using ANSYS FLUENT or OpenFOAM.

Join our programs to update your knowledge and skills as per industry demand.

4) How can you Register?

Be Aware of Spam or Fake email reaching you. To avoid it direct online forms are strictly avoided!

Hence, We will provide the registration form by email only. Fill it out and ensure your registration before starting the course.


You have any queries, kindly reach us by email only or contact form available on this website. Make sure your email address is correct and you have received the authentic receipt of the course booking.


Important  Notes:

  • First Demo Lecture and tutorial as per request by email:
  • Course content is revised in every batch
  • Access to video lectures and tutorials and assignments after the registration
  • Flexibility in the payment of training in two months

5) What will you learn from the Advanced CFD course

  • Basic and physical understanding of Complex Flows
  • Applications Flow analysis technique
  • Different CFD models available in ANSYS FLUENT and Open-FOAM
  • Enhancing subject knowledge: fluid dynamics, turbulent flow, heat transfer, combustion technologies, multiphase flows, turbo-machinery etc.
  • How to design and optimize flow systems or industrial problems
  • Professionally or technically efficient to solve problems confidently and effectively
  • Self-reliant for your professional career for any product or service related to fluid flow




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Kanwaljot Singh Sandhu
ISRO, India - Scientist

Hi Dr. Sharad. I have been following up on your content and CFD online Training on cfdflowengineering. It's a really great effort from your side to benefit the community and students. Keep it up. Thanks.Cheers

Bidden Nath
University of Southern Queensland, Australia - PhD Student

it was very nice to share my intention about customized training of CFD Modeling for my Ph.D. Problem.  You provide systematic training for complex topics step by step.

Dr. Alankrita Singh
GE Global Research Centre, Bengaluru (India) - Research Scientist

After completing my PhD from IIT Madras, I have attended some courses of CFD Flow Engineering. Their Advanced CFD online course is worthful for both academic research and industry professionals as it covers a wide range of many interesting topics like multiphase flow,  combustion, turbo-machinery etc. using ANSYS FLUENT and OpenFOAM. Basics of engineering subject and  practical aspects of flow analysis also discussed in the class.

Dr. Sung Won Choi
Energy Research, Inc.USA - (PhD - Purdue), CFD Engineer

Your website and online course are very useful, many interesting articles are covered in the course. I am so glad to talk to you about OpenFOAM lectures and you provide me to take more convenient time in U.S.A

Dr. Ningegowda
Perugia University, Italy - Post-doctoral Felllow

12 lectures are good enough to clear basics in different topics, and 10 nice tutorials on FLUENT and OpenFOAM.

Dr. Digpal Kumar
IIT Delhi - e-PDF

Lecturer content is very good. Industry oriented tutorials