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Elements of Turbulence Modeling
Posted Mon April 23, 2018 @05:04PM
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Announcements NAFEMS will host the e-learning course Elements of Turbulence Modeling in two sessions on May 9-10.

This course provides the attendees with basic understanding of complexities in turbulence simulation and introduces them to most commonly used turbulence models with their advantages and limitations.

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Questions Covered
  • What are the challenges faced in 3-D turbulent flow simulations?
  • What are practical approaches to simulate turbulent flows?
  • There are many turbulence models. What are the bases for these models?
  • What are the advantages and limitations of each model?
  • How do I select a turbulence model for my applications?

This 2-session, live online course will cover a range of topics including:

  • Understanding turbulence, energy cascade & vortex stretching
  • Turbulence scales, time averaging and closure problems
  • Boussinesq hypothesis
  • Various RANS-based models
  • Wall treatment
  • y+, Detached Eddy and hybrid models

You can either attend the live sessions or take the course on-demand at your leisure.

NAFEMS e-learning gives you the best of both worlds, giving you real, practical knowledge that you can use day-to-day to improve your analyses.

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