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Using Engineering Software to Teach Turbulence
Posted Mon October 05, 2015 @03:12PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Using Engineering Software to Teach Turbulence on October 22.

Turbulence is the most common state of fluid flow. But what are the most effective ways to teach the concepts and tools needed in using and developing turbulence models and turbulence simulation methods? And are there techniques that will improve student retention?

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MIT professor Emilio Baglietto will demonstrate how engineering software can be integrated into course curriculum to improve the understanding of turbulent flows. Real-world course examples will include turbulent phenomena, model performance and applied turbulence. A sample exam module will highlight how teachers can prepare students for the testing of turbulent flow concepts and theories.

This webinar is free, but registration is necessary to obtain log-in information. Please go to our event page to register.

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