Each engineer of the company is chosen for its quality and knowledge relating to products and numerical simulations and daily work on software for applications within the company, carrying out consulting services or by resolving customer issues. Additionally, he takes part every year in the most important users’ conference and advanced courses organized regularly by software houses of the products represented and actively contributes to the development of the same software: for all these reasons, we are always able to provide support timely, accurate and efficient.
The courses organized by XC Engineering are widely customizable and can interest both the basic knowledge to improve the numerical approach and specific advanced arguments. In particular our offer covers:
- Basic course about CFD and numerical computation – This course is normally done during a single day and gives all the theoretical knowledge that lies at the basis of every numerical simulation. There will be developed arguments like the spatial discretization, reasons, techniques and common resolution schemes, applying Navier Stokes equations and comparing the different schemes used by the most common CFD codes.
- Basic course about the use of our software – Course normally done in more days, it introduce the customer to a correct and optimal use of the software that we represent and sold. This course is structured alternating theoretical and practical lessons, where each participant will have to run simple exercises working on his own.
- Advanced course on the latest news – Regularly are released new versions of our software and usually are added new features and algorithms to improve power and efficiency of simulations. It’s very important to know them, to work always in the best efficient way. In this course the user will learn every new feature released with the last version of the software, with exercises and examples showing how a simulation can run faster and better.
- Advanced customized course – Finally, everybody can ask for a specific course on a specific arguments.