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Thursday, July 1, 2010

FLUENT LEARNING MODULES LINK

I know I have posted similar posts before: but the website presented below has a comprehensive list of learning modules, progressing from a simple to more complex solution using FLUENT.

https://confluence.cornell.edu/display/SIMULATION/FLUENT+Learning+Modules

Great for teaching undergraduates - course ware or even for understanding new CFD fronts !!

Enjoy !!

2 comments:

  1. why r we using boussinesq approx
    what make boussinesq approximations

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  2. Density changes due to T are accounted for using Boussinessq hypothesis. Since density changes, one might think a compressible solver is needed - but this hypothesis presents a way to treat flow as incompressible and mildly affected by density changes due to temperature (in the form of source terms to the momentum eqn)

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