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Computational Fluid Dynamics

Computational Fluid Dynamics

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This intense course provides a working understanding of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and an overview of best practices. It is designed to provide the engineer with
basic knowledge to apply CFD, identify and solve real life applications. This course creates an awareness of the potentials and limitations of this technology.
The engineer will be exposed to a wide range of applications and the course offers high benefits to
those who have little or no exposure to CFD. This course offers engineers involved in CFD an opportunity to sample the wide range of applications that can be solved using
CFD methods.
This intense course provides a working understanding of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and an overview of best practices. It is designed to provide the engineer with
basic knowledge to apply CFD, identify and solve real life applications. This course creates an awareness of the potentials and limitations of this technology.
The engineer will be exposed to a wide range of applications and the course offers high benefits to
those who have little or no exposure to CFD. This course offers engineers involved in CFD an opportunity to sample the wide range of applications that can be solved using
CFD methods.

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PRACTICING THE SCIENCE OFCOMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
 H.S. Pordal, Ph.D.Staff ConsultantStress Engineering Services, Inc.www.stress.com (513) 336 6701
December 8, 2006
 
 
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Course Summary
This intense course provides a working understanding of Computational Fluid Dynamics(CFD) and an overview of best practices. It is designed to provide the engineer withbasic knowledge to apply CFD, identify and solve real life applications. This coursecreates an awareness of the potentials and limitations of this technology. The engineerwill be exposed to a wide range of applications and the course offers high benefits tothose who have little or no exposure to CFD. This course offers engineers involved inCFD an opportunity to sample the wide range of applications that can be solved usingCFD methods.
 
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Table of Contents................................................................................................................ii1.0 Introduction...................................................................................................................12.0 Overview of CFD..........................................................................................................22.1 What is CFD ?...........................................................................................................22.2 Why use CFD ?..........................................................................................................22.3 Three steps to CFD :..................................................................................................33.0 Geometry and Mesh Generation...................................................................................43.1 Flow domain definition :...........................................................................................43.2 Mesh generation technology:.....................................................................................63.3 Best practices:..........................................................................................................104.0 Solver Technology......................................................................................................114.1 Governing equations :..............................................................................................114.2 Boundary conditions:...............................................................................................124.3 Discretization:..........................................................................................................134.4 Linear solvers:.........................................................................................................144.5 Best practice:...........................................................................................................165.0 Post Processing...........................................................................................................175.1 CFD results :............................................................................................................175.2 Analysis of CFD results:.........................................................................................176.0 Role of CFD in the Industry........................................................................................217.0 CFD Applications, Part-I............................................................................................277.1 External aerodynamics :..........................................................................................277.2 Internal flow computations:.....................................................................................297.3 Compressible flow computations:...........................................................................317.4 Buoyancy driven flows:...........................................................................................337.5 CFD for fluid transport devices:..............................................................................357.6 Flow in a valve:.......................................................................................................407.7 Flow and heat transfer:............................................................................................418.0 CFD Applications, Part-II...........................................................................................438.1 CFD for mixing applications:..................................................................................438.2 CFD for multiphase flow:........................................................................................458.3 Application of CFD to combustion systems:...........................................................529.0 Future of CFD.............................................................................................................639.1 Limitation of CFD methods :...................................................................................649.2 Next generation CFD:..............................................................................................6411.0 References................................................................................................................65

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