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Using Computational Fluid Dynamics
Posted Tue January 24, 2006 @10:10AM
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News The 1992 text Using Computational Fluid Dynamics by Dr. Christopher Shaw is an attempt to put the process of CFD simulation into a simple and concise format, so that it can be used by students or practising engineers to assist in their understanding of the technology of CFD, regardless of the particular software package they might be using.

Once someone is familiar with the material contained in the book, they should be able to produce simulations of fluid flow situations using a suitable CFD package or be able to talk confidently with those who produce such simulations.

Now, the author of the book is making electronic copies of Using Computational Fluid Dynamics available for free via his website.


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