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How to Add CFD Into a Fluid Mechanics Course
Posted Tue November 29, 2016 @10:24AM
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Announcements Siemens PLM Software will host How to Add CFD Into a Fluid Mechanics Course on December 13th.

Faculty often want to add computational fluid dynamics (CFD) into their Fluid Mechanics courses, but donít know how to make it fit into their already crowded syllabus. In addition, CFD class projects are sometimes limited due to learning curve challenges that involve the creation of geometries and meshing. Are there better ways to teach CFD techniques, especially to undergraduates?


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Penn State professor John M. Cimbala, co-author of Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, will demonstrate how tutorial materials and videos can be combined with engineering simulation software to increase the understanding of basic CFD concepts, while also enhancing studentsí knowledge about fluid flow. Using class-tested materials and homework samples, Professor Cimbala will highlight proven teaching methods to prepare students for basic CFD modeling.

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