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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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Published by: ned_marian on Jul 12, 2010
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Commercial CFD software has evolved considerably during the past decade. Geometry
generation and mesh generation tools have become more intuitive and user-friendly in
nature. Unstructured meshing has been a boon for modeling complex geometry. CFD
solvers are more robust and require minimal user intervention. Post-processing capability
within CFD software has increased substantially. Models for complex physics have been
included in CFD software. These are tremendous enhancements to underlying CFD
technology. As a result, the utility of commercial CFD software has increased
dramatically. However, these are all enhancements that are confined to the traditional
CFD approach and the underlying CFD paradigm.

Commercial CFD suppliers define the attributes of the next generation CFD software as
having highly parallelized solver, coupled solver, automatic-grid adaption, etc. These are
again enhancements within the CFD paradigm. These enhancements are likely to reduce
the time required for CFD analysis and expand the use of CFD marginally across to the
non-expert user. Specific tools for specific industries are required. These tools would be
built on the current, mature, robust and highly evolved CFD technology. Specific
knowledge related to these industries would be included in these tools.

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