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Using Engineering Software to Teach Heat Transfer
Posted Tue April 05, 2016 @03:04PM
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Announcements CD-adapco will host Using Engineering Software to Teach Heat Transfer on April 12th.

In this webinar, Professor Milovan Peric, co-author of Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics, will demonstrate how engineering software can be integrated with traditional curriculum to improve the understanding of conduction, radiation, convection and CHT.


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Accurate and efficient prediction of heat transfer is a key requirement across a vast spectrum of industries. Traditional teaching of heat transfer relies heavily on a student's ability to calculate certain math operations along with comprehending these consequences in physical terms. Are there better ways to present heat transfer concepts to engineering students?

Real-world course material includes heat transfer examples for both solid and fluid flows. Combining functional analysis while exploiting the power of numerical analysis, Professor Peric will show teachers how to improve student retention of heat transfer theories.

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