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NIA to Broadcast CFD Seminars
Posted Mon December 17, 2012 @11:13AM
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Announcements The National Institute of Aerospace, a non-profit research and graduate education institute created to conduct leading-edge aerospace and atmospheric research, is now broadcasting CFD seminars online.

The next seminar, titled "First, Second, and Third Order FV Schemes for Diffusion" will be presented by Hiro Nishikawa on December 18th at 11am EST.

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Dr. Hiro Nishikawa is Sr. Research Scientist, NIA. He earned Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering and Scientific Computing at the University of Michigan in 2001. He then worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan on adaptive grid methods, local preconditioning methods, multigrid methods, rotated-hybrid Riemann solvers, high-order upwind and viscous schemes, etc., and joined NIA in 2007. His area of expertise is algorithm development for CFD, currently focusing on multigrid methods and hyperbolic methods for robust, efficient, highly accurate viscous discretization schemes.

This talk will show how straightforward it is to construct diffusion schemes; first, second and third order finite volume schemes will be constructed quite easily for diffusion. The first-order diffusion scheme is energy-stable on arbitrary grids, the second-order diffusion schemes yield second order accurate solutions and gradients on arbitrary grids, and the third-order diffusion schemes yield third-order accurate solutions and gradients on triangular grids nearly at the cost of a second-order scheme.

Additional information, including the webcast link, can be found at the NIA CFD Seminar website.

All previous seminars are archived as recorded videos and available for everyone to view.

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