CFD-Aircraft Aerodynamics


Aerodynamic design plays a vital role in the preliminary design in the development of commercial aircraft. It influences the finalisation of external aerodynamic shape. Computational aerodynamics is a numerical method which uses panel methods to solve linear flow models for complex geometry and provides solutions to aerodynamic problems. 

Problems specific to the aircraft industry can be solved through the use of CATIA for geometric modelling and ICEMCFD & FLUENT for CFD analysis. 

This course empowers students to carry out CFD analysis related to aircraft aerodynamic problems.


  • Describe CFD methodologies for different classes of engineering problems.
  • Create CFD models and solve different problems related to aerodynamics.
  • Use ANSYS ICEM-CFD and ANSYS FLUENT software for modelling, solving and
  • post-processing with proficiency.
  • Analyse industry-specific problems for imposing appropriate grid types, boundary conditions, solver settings in order to arrive at converged CFD results.


  • 3 Months


Course Duration

3 Months


Monday — Friday

Batch Schedule

Batch 1 — January to March
Batch 2 — June to August
Batch 3 — September to November

Who should attend?

Engineering Graduates and Postgraduates from Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering.


Application Process

  • Download Application Form
  • Send a duly filled in application form with a registration fee of Rs.2500/- to the Directorate of Training and Life-Long Learning Department.
  • The selected candidates will be informed about their selection.

Fees & Scholarships

Registration Fee: Rs. 2,000/- (Nonrefundable)

Tuition Fee:
Rs. 27,000/-

  • The fees may be paid in cash / DD at the University, The DDs must be drawn in favour of M. S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences payable at Bangalore”


Manager - Training
Murali R
080 4906 5555
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