## Simulation Equations & Solving

#### Simulation CFD Fundamentals 3: Solving and Results Interpretation

Build on your fundamental knowledge of Autodesk Simulation CFD. In this course you'll learn how to set solver settings for common AEC applications. The solver is the physics engine that dictates the results of your simulation, based on your inputs. You'll also learn some best practices on interpreting results to help improve your designs.

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#### Exercise: Understanding Simulation CFD Results

Gain hands-on experience validating results from Simulation CFD

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#### Sanity Checks for AEC Simulation Results

Validating results in Simulation CFD

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#### AEC Results Visualization in Simulation CFD

Learn the basic process of interpreting results for AEC applications in Autodesk Simulation CFD.

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#### A Simulation CFD Exercise in Transient Simulation

Set up and solve a transient simulation with an introductory exercise.

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#### Run Management in Simulation CFD

Queuing multiple runs keeps the computer working nonstop.

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#### Transient Simulations for AEC Applications

In AEC applications, transient simulations track changes in results over time from events such as opening a door or turning off an HVAC system.

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#### Understanding Simulation CFD Results

Understand AEC results and interpret them to make informed design decisions.

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#### Simulation CFD Solver Settings for AEC Applications

Learn optimal Simulation CFD solver settings for different AEC applications.

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#### Solving in Simulation CFD

The solver is the engine driving the simulation process. First, it must interpret all of the user-defined inputs to develop the mathematical equations. These equations are then solved to generate the ultimate goal of every simulation – results visualization, which helps guide critical design decisions. Solver options for Simulation CFD and the optimal settings for common AEC applications will be discussed in detail in this module.

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