Geometry Prep for Fluids Simulation in Ansys Discovery

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A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) workflow consists of four major steps: geometry preparation, mesh generation, numerical solution, and analysis of the results. Geometry preparation is the stage in which the raw computer-aided design (CAD) geometry is processed and transformed into a meshing-eligible geometry. Geometry processing includes steps like cleaning up and creating an error-free geometry, unnecessary geometrical feature removal, creation of enclosure/domain, fluid region extraction, and creation of labels/named selections, among other operations. 

In this course, using the example of an automotive air intake, we will learn how to use Ansys Discovery to prepare a geometry for a fluids simulation.

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