Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
25 Mar 2013 - 25 Mar 2013

Date: 25 March 2013, Monday
Time: 10:00AM – 1:00PM
Venue: Level 17, Charles Babbage Room, 1 Fusionopolis Way Connexis South, Singapore 138632
Speaker: Jeff Adie, Principal Systems Engineer, SGI

Abstract
Computational Fluid Mechanics is the application of numerical methods and algorithms to problems involving fluid flows. Famously one of the most difficult and computationally intensive areas of classical mechanics, this two-part class will provide an introduction to CFD for neophytes. Topics to be covered during the first part of the lecture include: What is CFD, fluid characteristics, fluid modelling, turbulence modelling, and CFD workflow. The second part of the lecture will discuss CFD optimization, including highlighting the challenges faced in CFD, how to use CFD in conjunction with MPI for harnessing parallel computing power, and Multidisciplinary Design Optimization (MDO).  

Presentation File

No of Participants: 27

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