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Computational Fluid Mechanics II

Jafar Ghazanfarian

Level: Graduate


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“Computational Fluid Dynamics” is a vast area and touches many applications from super-tools such as hypersonic flights to sub-nanoscale electronic devices. Finite volume method and thermal lattice Boltzmann method are two powerful numerical schemes which have a wide application in the classical and modern CFD methods, respectively. On the other hand, a proper grid generation procedure is of vital importance for the generation of accurate CFD results. Hence, in this course, after a brief review of types of numerical grids and CFD concepts, the focus will be mainly on the FVM and TLBM schemes. This is a graduate level class geared for students who already have a basic knowledge of computational fluid dynamics (mainly finite difference), mesh generation (structured mesh generation), and the associated mathematics.     

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