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ES440 - CFD

University of Warwick

School of Engineering

Spring Term 2004/2005

ES440/ES911 CFD: Computational Fluid Dynamics
 
http://www.eng.warwick.ac.uk/staff/ymc/ES440.html

Syllabus

Derivation of governing equations; Discretization of governing equations using the finite difference, volume and element techniques; Source term coupling and linearization; Convective term treatments including HYBRID, QUICK, CONDIF and bounding schemes; Strategies for prediction of pressure fields including SIMPLE, SIMPLEC, AVPI and PISO; Transient flows; Industrial turbulence models including mixing length, k-l, k-e, non-linear eddy viscosity; zonal, algebraic stress and second moment closure models; Compressible flow techniques including shock capturing and fitting; Prediction of scalar and particulate transport; Convergence acceleration including multigrid methods, Grid embedding, multi-block and sliding grid techniques; Prediction of rotating flows; Industrial applications of CFD; Practical advice for gaining convergence and setting up CFD models etc.

 
[ Introduction | Ch. 1 | Ch. 2 | Ch. 3 | Ch. 4 | Ch. 5 | Ch. 6 | Ch. 7 | Ch. 8 | Ch. 9 | Revision | textbook ]
 
 

Assignments

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Syllabus

Syllabus

Introduction

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 1

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 2

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 3

Lecture Notes

Slides

Truncation Error

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 4

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 5

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 6

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 6 ODE

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 7

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 8

Lecture Notes

Slides

Ch. 9

Lecture Notes

Slides

Revision

Revision Notes

Example Questions

Past Examination Papers

 

Textbook

J. H. Ferziger & M. Peric