Tuesday, January 20, 2015

CFD Lectures (Comprehensive)

Lecture 1 - Introduction and first illustrations of CFD

Lecture 2 - Introduction to turbulence - Linear isotropic closures

Lecture 3 - Turbulence models - Towards non-linear anisotropic models

Lecture 4 - Hybrid LES turbulence closures
This last lecture concerning turbulence closures will be devoted to a brief description of LES and Hybrid LES turbulence closures. Illustrations will be provided on automotive flows.

Lecture 5 - Unstructured finite volume discretisation
This lecture is the first of a series of three lectures which will be devoted to the methodology used to build a generalized unstructured finite volume discretization.

Lecture 6 - Unstructured finite volume discretisation
Second part of the course on generalized unstructured finite volume discretization methods.

Lecture 7 - Pressure equation
To take into account the incompressibility of the flow and find the pressure, it is necessary to build a pressure equation. This lecture will be devoted to this topic and to the specific mass flux reconstruction schemes.

Lecture 8 - Fully coupled formulation and free surface capturing strategies
This lecture will present alternate strategies to solve the coupling between mass and momentum conservation equations. Free-surface capturing methodologies and specific compressive discretization schemes will be also presented

Lecture 9 - Various illustrations of up-to-date computations
This presentation shows some recent CFD applications devoted to viscous ship hydrodynamics
Lecture 10 - Verifcation and Validation - Part 1
Lecture 11 - Verifcation and Validation - Part 2
This lecture will describe the current recommended procedures used to verify and validate a numerical result obtained with the help of CFD. A new 2D procedure for estimating the local discretization error will be also presented.

Link to Source to find animations as well !

Friday, January 9, 2015


The above link is a Fortran77 code on the solution of burgers equation which uses DG and WENO for polynomial truncation of non linear terms to compute 1D conservation laws.....

Have a nice time!! enjoy coding!!! :)
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