Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer II

AER E 547 XE Cross Listed: M E

Course Description

Application of computational methods to current problems in fluid mechanics and heat transfer. Methods for solving the Navier-Stokes and reduced equation sets such as the Euler, boundary layer, and parabolized forms of the conservation equations. Introduction to relevant aspects of grid generation and turbulence modeling.

3 credits


Instructor Contact

Ganesh R Rajagopalan

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