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ME 702 - Computational Fluid Dynamics - Video Lesson 1

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Published on Jan 22, 2012

NEW ! (August 2014) Prof. Barba is teaching a MOOC titled "Practical Numerical Methods with Python." Check it out:
http://openedx.seas.gwu.edu/courses/G...

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Introduction to CFD, starting from recalling the Navier-Stokes equation and the meaning of each term: unsteady term, convective term, viscous term. Why is CFD needed? Some reasons: when a system is difficult to study experimentally; to quickly test many scenarios; when it’s faster or easier than experiment; fluid simulations for entertainment. The basic ingredients of CFD: (i) the mathematical model; (ii) the discretization method; (iii) analysis of the numerical scheme; (iv) solving a resulting algebraic system of equations, and; (v) post-processing and visualization.


This video is part of the open courseware prepared by Prof. Lorena A. Barba.

For more, visit: http://lorenabarba.com
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