Introduction to the use of computational fluid dynamics codes to analyze flow, heat, and mass transfer problems of practical engineering applications.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has become one of the most important tools for analyses of momentum, heat, and mass transfer in practical geometries. This course provides an introduction to the use of commercial CFD codes to analyze flow, heat, and mass transfer problems of practical engineering interests. By studying a variety of flow situations students will develop an intuition of fluid mechanics more quickly than is possible with traditional analytical approaches.
This course serves students in a VARIETY OF ENGINEERING MAJORS and is intended for SENIOR UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENTS.
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2. Add ECNP 360 to the prerequisites. Consider adding AESP 265:
ECHE 320: Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics
EMCH 360: Fluid Mechanics
ECIV 360: Fluid Mechanics
ENCP 360: Fluid Mechanics
AESP 265 - Aerodynamics I Incompressible Flow
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