Event Date(s) September 15 - 16, 2021
Start - Stop Time 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM CDT
Location WebEx (Online - North America)

Register By September 12, 2021 - 11:00 PM CDT
Instructor(s) Scott Jorgensen
Language English
Open Seats 12 remaining seat(s)
Standard Fee $900.00
University Fee $500.00
Pay Online Via Credit Card Discount Save $100

This class is intended for users with previous experience or users who participate in this free-of-charge Introduction Training. 

This 2-day course will introduce engineers to the modeling of fuel injection and hydraulic components and complete hydraulic systems in GT-SUITE.  

This course will be conducted online via web meeting.

To reserve your spot, you must have access to the following:

  • Computer with GT-SUITE v2021 (the training will be conducted with v2021, but if you only have v2020 that is acceptable)
  • Access to an active license
  • Good internet connection
  • Ideally two monitors/devices (although not required)
    • one to follow the instructor on the web meeting (web browser only)
    • one to use GT-SUITE for interactive model building

The class will include discussions of simple to detailed, predictive component models in which the fluid-mechanical interaction is important. Most of the instructions will be based on interactive model building but may also include demonstrations from the instructor and guided examination/analysis of pre-built models. 

  • Introduction to Flow Solution in GT-SUITE  
  • Discretization of 1-D Models 
  • Fluid Properties for modeling hydraulic circuits 
  • Explanation of flow solvers used for different hydraulic tasks 
  • Modeling hydraulic and injection components: create detailed, predictive models of hydraulic components in which the fluid-mechanical interaction is important. Examples of the components to be discussed include high pressure pumps, pressure control valves, injectors, etc. Pressure pulsation will also be analyzed. 
  • Modeling pumps: discussion of different levels of models as well as the different types of pumps. 
  • Modeling a hydraulic system: build a model of the full system. Various levels of detail for modeling the hydraulic components (pumps, valves, etc.) will be discussed, ranging from imposing the behavior to predicting it. 
  • Modeling of control parts interacting with hydraulic components

Due to the limited number of seats, priority will be given to commercial customers.