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Rhinoceros 3D marine design online course
 
imagen 28/09/2021
Next edition 29th October 2021
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course

Students will require approximately 30 hours to complete the course. The maximum time to complete the course is 6 weeks. Upon completion, a certified diploma will be emitted.

Upon enrolling, students will receive .pdf manuals, video tutorials and practical exercises. Our website, with 24 hour access, has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher has  experience in Rhinoceros and naval design.


Contents:

PART I: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 1
1. NURBS topology.
2. Curve creation and continuity.
3. Curve and surface continuity.
4. Advanced techniques for controlling continuity.
5. Surface blend options.
6. Modeling with history.
7. Part I exercises.

PART II: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 2
1. Advanced surfacing techniques.
2. Dome-shaped buttons.
3. Creased surfaces.
4. Curve fairing to control surface quality.
5. Analyzing surface continuity.
6. Sculpting.
7. Part II exercises.

PART III: BITMAP MODELING AND RAPID HULL MODELING
1. Bitmap modeling.
2. Rapid hull modeling.
3. Part III exercises

PART IV: FINAL PROJECT
1. Yacht hull modeling with Rhinoceros.
2. Hull elements modeling with Rhinoceros.
3. Deck modeling with Rhinoceros.



LINK: Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course
 
 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 06/08/2021
Next edition September 24th, 2021, Online!
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 60 teaching hours to be finished in 3 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 11 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 06/08/2021
Next edition September 10th, 2021
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 60 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 3 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Contents:

Chapter 1: Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
(This chapter includes a 33 pages text)


1.1 Introduction
1.2 Discretization process
            1.2.1 Spatial discretization of the domain
            1.2.2 Standard transport equation and equation discretization
1.3 Solution of discretized equations
1.4 Relaxation factors
 

Chapter 2: Introduction to OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 43 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 43 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Installation of OpenFOAM under Linux, Windows and Mac OS
            2.2.1 Installation under Linux
            2.2.2 Installation under Windows and Mac OS
2.3 States of a simulation in OpenFOAM
            2.3.1 Preprocessing
            2.3.2 Solving
            2.3.3 Postprocessing
2.4 Files and folders needed to execute a simulation
            2.4.1 Tutorials
            2.4.2 Solvers
2.5 Execution of a simulation

 
Chapter 3: Postprocessing an OpenFOAM simulation
(This chapter includes a 20 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 20 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Postprocessing with ParaView
3.3 Postprocessing with other software packages

 
Chapter 4: Mesh generation for OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 16 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 16 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Generation of a mesh
            4.2.1 Generation of a mesh using OpenFOAM
            4.2.2 Generation of a mesh using other software packages

 
Chapter 5: Physical models included in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 10 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 10 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Solvers included in OpenFOAM
5.3 Tutorials included in OpenFOAM
5.4 Utilities included in OpenFOAM
5.5 Libraries included in OpenFOAM

 
Chapter 6: Discretization schemes and solution controls in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 11 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 11 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

6.1 Introduction
6.2 Discretization schemes
            6.2.1 Temporal schemes
            6.2.2 Gradient schemes
            6.2.3 Divergence schemes
            6.2.4 Laplacian schemes
            6.2.5 Interpolation schemes
            6.2.6 Surface normal gradient schemes
            6.2.7 Flux calculation
6.3 Solution controls
            6.3.1 Solvers
            6.3.2 PISO and SIMPLE controls
            6.3.3 Relaxation factors


Chapter 7: Parallelization in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 10 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 10 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

7.1 Introduction
7.2 Decomposition of a mesh
7.3 Running a solver in parallel
7.4 Postprocessing
 

Capítulo 8: Convergence in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 14 pages text)

8.1 Introduction
8.2 Graphical representation of residuals
8.3 Mesh
8.4 Time step
8.5 Initial conditions
8.6 Discretization schemes
8.7 Under-relaxation factors
8.8 Solvers

Chapter 9: Structure of an OpenFOAM solver
(This chapter includes a 45 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 45 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

9.1 Introduction
9.2 Discretization of the transport equations
9.3 Structure of an OpenFOAM solver
9.4 Examples of OpenFOAM solvers
   9.5.1 scalarTransportFoam solver
   9.5.2 laplacianFoam solver
   9.5.3 icoFoam solver
   9.5.4 interFoam solver
   9.5.5 buoyantPimpleFoam solver
9.6 Turbulent solvers   


Chapter 10: Development of an own solver in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 22 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 22 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

10.1 Introduction
10.2 Modification of a solver
10.3 Development of a new solver
 

Chapter 11: Additional resources to learn OpenFOAM

(This chapter includes a 6 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 6 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

11.1 Introduction
11.2 CFD online forum
11.3 OpenFOAM manuals and OpenFOAM user guides
11.4 OpenFOAM exercises and tutorials


OpenFOAM EXERCISES (BASIC LEVEL):

OpenFOAM exercise 1: Mesh creation (4 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 4 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 2: Mesh of a plate (9 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 9 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 3: Conversion of Fluent format to OpenFOAM format (4 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 4 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 4: Transient laminar flow in a duct (8 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 8 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 5: Steady laminar flow in a duct (5 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 5 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 6: Steady heating of a solid wall (5 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 5 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 7: Development of an own solver. Steady heating of a solid wall with internal energy generation (8 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 8 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 8: Development of an own solver. Transient level-set reinitialization (13 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 13 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)


OpenFOAM EXERCISES (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL)


OpenFOAM exercise 9: Channel (15 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 10: Oven (15 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 11: Natural convection (18 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 12: Combustion (19 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 13: Moving mesh (12 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 14: Representation of residuals and forces (9 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 15: Development of an own solver. Moving heat source (15 pages)


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design online course
 
imagen 25/02/2021
Next edition 12th March 2021
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course

Students will require approximately 30 hours to complete the course. The maximum time to complete the course is 6 weeks. Upon completion, a certified diploma will be emitted.

Upon enrolling, students will receive .pdf manuals, video tutorials and practical exercises. Our website, with 24 hour access, has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher has  experience in Rhinoceros and naval design.


Contents:

PART I: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 1
1. NURBS topology.
2. Curve creation and continuity.
3. Curve and surface continuity.
4. Advanced techniques for controlling continuity.
5. Surface blend options.
6. Modeling with history.
7. Part I exercises.

PART II: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 2
1. Advanced surfacing techniques.
2. Dome-shaped buttons.
3. Creased surfaces.
4. Curve fairing to control surface quality.
5. Analyzing surface continuity.
6. Sculpting.
7. Part II exercises.

PART III: BITMAP MODELING AND RAPID HULL MODELING
1. Bitmap modeling.
2. Rapid hull modeling.
3. Part III exercises

PART IV: FINAL PROJECT
1. Yacht hull modeling with Rhinoceros.
2. Hull elements modeling with Rhinoceros.
3. Deck modeling with Rhinoceros.



LINK: Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course
 
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 25/02/2021
Next edition 12th March 2021.
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 60 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 3 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Contents:

Chapter 1: Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
(This chapter includes a 33 pages text)


1.1 Introduction
1.2 Discretization process
            1.2.1 Spatial discretization of the domain
            1.2.2 Standard transport equation and equation discretization
1.3 Solution of discretized equations
1.4 Relaxation factors
 

Chapter 2: Introduction to OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 43 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 43 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Installation of OpenFOAM under Linux, Windows and Mac OS
            2.2.1 Installation under Linux
            2.2.2 Installation under Windows and Mac OS
2.3 States of a simulation in OpenFOAM
            2.3.1 Preprocessing
            2.3.2 Solving
            2.3.3 Postprocessing
2.4 Files and folders needed to execute a simulation
            2.4.1 Tutorials
            2.4.2 Solvers
2.5 Execution of a simulation

 
Chapter 3: Postprocessing an OpenFOAM simulation
(This chapter includes a 20 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 20 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Postprocessing with ParaView
3.3 Postprocessing with other software packages

 
Chapter 4: Mesh generation for OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 16 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 16 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Generation of a mesh
            4.2.1 Generation of a mesh using OpenFOAM
            4.2.2 Generation of a mesh using other software packages

 
Chapter 5: Physical models included in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 10 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 10 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Solvers included in OpenFOAM
5.3 Tutorials included in OpenFOAM
5.4 Utilities included in OpenFOAM
5.5 Libraries included in OpenFOAM

 
Chapter 6: Discretization schemes and solution controls in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 11 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 11 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

6.1 Introduction
6.2 Discretization schemes
            6.2.1 Temporal schemes
            6.2.2 Gradient schemes
            6.2.3 Divergence schemes
            6.2.4 Laplacian schemes
            6.2.5 Interpolation schemes
            6.2.6 Surface normal gradient schemes
            6.2.7 Flux calculation
6.3 Solution controls
            6.3.1 Solvers
            6.3.2 PISO and SIMPLE controls
            6.3.3 Relaxation factors


Chapter 7: Parallelization in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 10 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 10 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

7.1 Introduction
7.2 Decomposition of a mesh
7.3 Running a solver in parallel
7.4 Postprocessing
 

Capítulo 8: Convergence in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 14 pages text)

8.1 Introduction
8.2 Graphical representation of residuals
8.3 Mesh
8.4 Time step
8.5 Initial conditions
8.6 Discretization schemes
8.7 Under-relaxation factors
8.8 Solvers

Chapter 9: Structure of an OpenFOAM solver
(This chapter includes a 45 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 45 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

9.1 Introduction
9.2 Discretization of the transport equations
9.3 Structure of an OpenFOAM solver
9.4 Examples of OpenFOAM solvers
   9.5.1 scalarTransportFoam solver
   9.5.2 laplacianFoam solver
   9.5.3 icoFoam solver
   9.5.4 interFoam solver
   9.5.5 buoyantPimpleFoam solver
9.6 Turbulent solvers   


Chapter 10: Development of an own solver in OpenFOAM
(This chapter includes a 22 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 22 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

10.1 Introduction
10.2 Modification of a solver
10.3 Development of a new solver
 

Chapter 11: Additional resources to learn OpenFOAM

(This chapter includes a 6 pages text about OpenFOAM for Linux and a 6 pages text about OpenFOAM for Windows)

11.1 Introduction
11.2 CFD online forum
11.3 OpenFOAM manuals and OpenFOAM user guides
11.4 OpenFOAM exercises and tutorials


OpenFOAM EXERCISES (BASIC LEVEL):

OpenFOAM exercise 1: Mesh creation (4 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 4 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 2: Mesh of a plate (9 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 9 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 3: Conversion of Fluent format to OpenFOAM format (4 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 4 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 4: Transient laminar flow in a duct (8 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 8 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 5: Steady laminar flow in a duct (5 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 5 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 6: Steady heating of a solid wall (5 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 5 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 7: Development of an own solver. Steady heating of a solid wall with internal energy generation (8 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 8 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)
OpenFOAM exercise 8: Development of an own solver. Transient level-set reinitialization (13 pages about OpenFOAM for Linux and 13 pages about OpenFOAM for Windows)


OpenFOAM EXERCISES (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL)


OpenFOAM exercise 9: Channel (15 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 10: Oven (15 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 11: Natural convection (18 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 12: Combustion (19 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 13: Moving mesh (12 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 14: Representation of residuals and forces (9 pages)
OpenFOAM exercise 15: Development of an own solver. Moving heat source (15 pages)


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 02/01/2021
Next edition on 29th of January 2021, Online!
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 50 teaching hours to be finished in 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 11 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 19/10/2020
Next edition 6th November 2020
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 60 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 3 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design online course
 
imagen 10/10/2020
Next edition 30th October 2020
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course

Students will require approximately 30 hours to complete the course. The maximum time to complete the course is 6 weeks. Upon completion, a certified diploma will be emitted.

Upon enrolling, students will receive .pdf manuals, video tutorials and practical exercises. Our website, with 24 hour access, has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher has  experience in Rhinoceros and naval design.


Contents:

PART I: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 1
1. NURBS topology.
2. Curve creation and continuity.
3. Curve and surface continuity.
4. Advanced techniques for controlling continuity.
5. Surface blend options.
6. Modeling with history.
7. Part I exercises.

PART II: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 2
1. Advanced surfacing techniques.
2. Dome-shaped buttons.
3. Creased surfaces.
4. Curve fairing to control surface quality.
5. Analyzing surface continuity.
6. Sculpting.
7. Part II exercises.

PART III: BITMAP MODELING AND RAPID HULL MODELING
1. Bitmap modeling.
2. Rapid hull modeling.
3. Part III exercises

PART IV: FINAL PROJECT
1. Yacht hull modeling with Rhinoceros.
2. Hull elements modeling with Rhinoceros.
3. Deck modeling with Rhinoceros.



LINK: Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course
 
 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 06/09/2020
Next edition on 2nd of October 2020, Online!
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 50 teaching hours to be finished in 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 11 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course
 
 
Scilab Online Course
 
imagen 06/07/2020
Next edition 17th July 2017
 
Scilab Online Course

The Scilab course is an online course. It has 25 teaching hours to be finished in 5 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Scilab.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 7 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level


 
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design online course
 
imagen 09/06/2020
Next edition 26th June 2017
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course

Students will require approximately 30 hours to complete the course. The maximum time to complete the course is 6 weeks. Upon completion, a certified diploma will be emitted.

Upon enrolling, students will receive .pdf manuals, video tutorials and practical exercises. Our website, with 24 hour access, has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher has  experience in Rhinoceros and naval design.


Contents:

PART I: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 1
1. NURBS topology.
2. Curve creation and continuity.
3. Curve and surface continuity.
4. Advanced techniques for controlling continuity.
5. Surface blend options.
6. Modeling with history.
7. Part I exercises.

PART II: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 2
1. Advanced surfacing techniques.
2. Dome-shaped buttons.
3. Creased surfaces.
4. Curve fairing to control surface quality.
5. Analyzing surface continuity.
6. Sculpting.
7. Part II exercises.

PART III: BITMAP MODELING AND RAPID HULL MODELING
1. Bitmap modeling.
2. Rapid hull modeling.
3. Part III exercises

PART IV: FINAL PROJECT
1. Yacht hull modeling with Rhinoceros.
2. Hull elements modeling with Rhinoceros.
3. Deck modeling with Rhinoceros.



LINK: Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course
 
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 24/05/2020
Next edition 12th June 2020
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 60 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 3 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Why Online Technical Courses?
 
imagen 16/05/2020
The companies, the vast majority, what they really need is to hire people who have real knowledge and skills. Possession of a degree is not enough, so it is necessary to demonstrate day by day some capabilities that are supposed to us but that we have to justify with facts not with words.
 
The courses taught by  Technical Courses are especially valued by companies and students, for the following reasons:
  • They make "expert level" knowledge available to students through short courses that allow them to be combined with a normal working day.
  • They provide students with the availability to take the course at any time to make the best use of their time. The courses are available 24 hours a day from Monday to Sunday.
  • Availability to take the course from anywhere in the world, just by having internet access.
  • They provide courses at reasonable costs that make them affordable for students with limited financial resources. It should also be noted that online training eliminates additional costs that would be had in face-to-face courses (travel, subsistence, stays, fees, taxes, etc.).
Link for know more; Why Online Technical Courses?

 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 18/03/2020
Next edition 3rd April 2020
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 60 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 3 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 15/08/2019
Next edition 14th September 2019 The contents have been updated!
 

C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 20 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 6 weeks. At the end of the course, an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. The software OpenFOAM is available for free from www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.

More information here: C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 05/05/2019
Next edition 24th May 2019
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course (update contents)

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course (update)
 
imagen 03/01/2019
Next edition 31st January 2019
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course (update contents)

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 06/10/2018
Next edition 20th October 2018, Online!
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 35 teaching hours to be finished in 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 6 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course
 
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design online course
 
imagen 06/04/2018
Next edition 21sh April 2018
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course

Students will require approximately 30 hours to complete the course. The maximum time to complete the course is 6 weeks. Upon completion, a certified diploma will be emitted.

Upon enrolling, students will receive .pdf manuals, video tutorials and practical exercises. Our website, with 24 hour access, has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher has  experience in Rhinoceros and naval design.


Contents:

PART I: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 1
1. NURBS topology.
2. Curve creation and continuity.
3. Curve and surface continuity.
4. Advanced techniques for controlling continuity.
5. Surface blend options.
6. Modeling with history.
7. Part I exercises.

PART II: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 2
1. Advanced surfacing techniques.
2. Dome-shaped buttons.
3. Creased surfaces.
4. Curve fairing to control surface quality.
5. Analyzing surface continuity.
6. Sculpting.
7. Part II exercises.

PART III: BITMAP MODELING AND RAPID HULL MODELING
1. Bitmap modeling.
2. Rapid hull modeling.
3. Part III exercises

PART IV: FINAL PROJECT
1. Yacht hull modeling with Rhinoceros.
2. Hull elements modeling with Rhinoceros.
3. Deck modeling with Rhinoceros.



LINK: Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course
 
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course (update contents)
 
imagen 23/02/2018
Next edition 9th March 2018.
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course (update contents)

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 10/01/2018
Next edition 9th February 2018, Online!
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 35 teaching hours to be finished in 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 6 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course (update contents)
 
imagen 19/10/2017
Next edition 10th November 2017
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course (update contents)

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design online course
 
imagen 16/09/2017
Next edition 27th September 2017
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course

Students will require approximately 30 hours to complete the course. The maximum time to complete the course is 6 weeks. Upon completion, a certified diploma will be emitted.

Upon enrolling, students will receive .pdf manuals, video tutorials and practical exercises. Our website, with 24 hour access, has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher has  experience in Rhinoceros and naval design.


Contents:

PART I: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 1
1. NURBS topology.
2. Curve creation and continuity.
3. Curve and surface continuity.
4. Advanced techniques for controlling continuity.
5. Surface blend options.
6. Modeling with history.
7. Part I exercises.

PART II: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 2
1. Advanced surfacing techniques.
2. Dome-shaped buttons.
3. Creased surfaces.
4. Curve fairing to control surface quality.
5. Analyzing surface continuity.
6. Sculpting.
7. Part II exercises.

PART III: BITMAP MODELING AND RAPID HULL MODELING
1. Bitmap modeling.
2. Rapid hull modeling.
3. Part III exercises

PART IV: FINAL PROJECT
1. Yacht hull modeling with Rhinoceros.
2. Hull elements modeling with Rhinoceros.
3. Deck modeling with Rhinoceros.



LINK: Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course
 
 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 12/09/2017
Next edition 29th September 2017, Online!
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 35 teaching hours to be finished in 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 6 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course (update)
 
imagen 10/08/2017
Next edition 8th september 2017
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course (update contents)

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 25/05/2017
Next edition 2nd june 2017
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 21/04/2017
Next edition 12th May 2017, Online!
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 35 teaching hours to be finished in 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 6 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course
 
 
Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course
 
imagen 04/04/2017
Next edition 24th April 2017
 
Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course (beginners level)

SALOME online course. The content of the course is 25 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 4 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher, Javi Moreiras, has an extensive experience in CAD 3D, CAE and SALOME.

SALOME is an open source available at www.salome-platform.org both for Windows and Linux. SALOME includes tools for pre-processing and post-processing numerical simulations

LINK: Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 14/03/2017
Next edition 24th November 2017
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 17/02/2017
Next edition 3rd March 2017, Online!
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 35 teaching hours to be finished in 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 6 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course
 
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course
 
imagen 02/02/2017
Next edition 17th February 2017
 
Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course

Students will require approximately 30 hours to complete the course. The maximum time to complete the course is 6 weeks. Upon completion, a certified diploma will be emitted.

Upon enrolling, students will receive .pdf manuals, video tutorials and practical exercises. Our website, with 24 hour access, has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher has  experience in Rhinoceros and naval design.


Contents:

PART I: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 1
1. NURBS topology.
2. Curve creation and continuity.
3. Curve and surface continuity.
4. Advanced techniques for controlling continuity.
5. Surface blend options.
6. Modeling with history.
7. Part I exercises.

PART II: ADVANCED MODELING TECHNIQUES 2
1. Advanced surfacing techniques.
2. Dome-shaped buttons.
3. Creased surfaces.
4. Curve fairing to control surface quality.
5. Analyzing surface continuity.
6. Sculpting.
7. Part II exercises.

PART III: BITMAP MODELING AND RAPID HULL MODELING
1. Bitmap modeling.
2. Rapid hull modeling.
3. Part III exercises

PART IV: FINAL PROJECT
1. Yacht hull modeling with Rhinoceros.
2. Hull elements modeling with Rhinoceros.
3. Deck modeling with Rhinoceros.



LINK: Rhinoceros 3D marine design, online course
 
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 12/11/2016
Next edition 25th November 2016
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 11/11/2016
Next edition 18th November 2016
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 35 teaching hours to be finished in 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 6 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 07/06/2016
Next edition 24th June 2016
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
Code_Aster Online Course
 
imagen 12/04/2016
Next edition 29th April 2016
 

Code_Aster online course

The Code-Aster course is an online course. It has 35 teaching hours to be finished in 8 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students who pass the course.

The students receive manuals in pdf format, video-tutorials and solved exercises. An online platform is available 24 hours/7 days a week. The teacher has experience with Code-Aster.

The whole material (video-tutorials, exercises and texts) is available from the first day and there is no schedule. Video-tutorials are recorded. This enables each student to progress according to his learning pace.

The course structure is the following:
· 6 chapters about theory and solved exercises
· Obligatory exercises to pass the course
· Optional exercises to improve the level

Code-Aster is a software for finite element analysis and numerical simulation in mechanics and multiphysics. It is an open source and free software which can be downloaded from the page: www.code-aster.org.


LINK: Code_Aster Online Course

 
 
C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 21/03/2016
Next edition 8th April 2016
 

C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 20 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 6 weeks. At the end of the course, an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. The software OpenFOAM is available for free from www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.

More information here: C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
 
 
Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course
 
imagen 21/03/2016
Next edition 28th March 2016
 
Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course (beginners level)

SALOME online course. The content of the course is 25 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 4 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher, Javi Moreiras, has an extensive experience in CAD 3D, CAE and SALOME.

SALOME is an open source available at www.salome-platform.org both for Windows and Linux. SALOME includes tools for pre-processing and post-processing numerical simulations

LINK: Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 10/02/2016
Next edition 27th February 2016
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 27/11/2015
Next edition 12th Dic. 2015
 

C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 20 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 6 weeks. At the end of the course, an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. The software OpenFOAM is available for free from www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.

More information here: C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 26/10/2015
Next edition 20th November 2015
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 21/09/2015
Next edition 5th Sept. 2015
 

C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 20 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 6 weeks. At the end of the course, an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. The software OpenFOAM is available for free from www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.

More information here: C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
 
Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course
 
imagen 21/09/2015
Next edition 30th September 2015
 
Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course (beginners level)

SALOME online course. The content of the course is 25 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 4 weeks. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teacher, Javi Moreiras, has an extensive experience in CAD 3D, CAE and SALOME.

SALOME is an open source available at www.salome-platform.org both for Windows and Linux. SALOME includes tools for pre-processing and post-processing numerical simulations

LINK: Meshing and Post-processing with SALOME Course
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 29/07/2015
Next edition 18th September 2015
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 05/04/2015
Next edition 24th April 2015
 

C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 20 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 6 weeks. At the end of the course, an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. The software OpenFOAM is available for free from www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.

More information here: C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 29/03/2015
Next edition 17th April 2015
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 07/12/2014
Next edition 16th January 2015
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 11/08/2014
Next edition 26th September 2014
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course

 
 
CAD with DraftSight online course
 
imagen 19/08/2014
Next edition 19th September 2014
 
40 hours course. Maximum time two months

Click here for more information
 
 
Blender 3D online course
 
imagen 19/08/2014
Next edition 12th September 2014
 
60 hours. Maximum time two months.

Click here for more information
 
 
CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 11/05/2014
Next edition 12th June 2014
 

CFD with OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 50 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 2 months. At the end of the course an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

CFD with OpenFOAM course includes manuals and exercises. Each exercise includes written instructions and a videotutorial. The software OpenFOAM is available for free at www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.

 
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Duration: 50 hours, ONLINE
Start date: 12/06/2014
Max time: 2 months
Price: 400 €


Link: CFD with OpenFOAM online course
 
 
C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 28/05/2014
Next edition 05th Jun 2014
 

C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 20 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 6 weeks. At the end of the course, an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. The software OpenFOAM is available for free from www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.

 
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Duration: 20 hours, ONLINE
Start date: 30th may 2014
Max time: 4 weeks
Price: 200 €




 
 
C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course
 
imagen 30/03/2014
Next edition 04th April 2014
 

C++ applied to OpenFOAM online course

The content of the course is 20 hours, and the maximum time to complete it is 6 weeks. At the end of the course, an aptitude certificate will be issued to the students.

This course includes manuals and exercises. The software OpenFOAM is available for free from www.openfoam.org. Our website has chat, forums, remote desktop connection, video conferencing, internal mail, etc. The teachers (M.I. Lamas and C.G. Rodriguez) have an extensive experience in CFD and OpenFOAM and papers in important international journals.

 
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Duration: 20 hours, ONLINE
Start date: 04/04/2014
Max time: 4 weeks
Price: 200 €
 
 
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