Resources that are interesting for people working in the field of computational fluid dynamics.
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Applied & Engineering Mathematics
Applied mathematics includes numerical methods most applied in engineering practice. Engineering mathematics includes simulation and computer-aided design of hydraulic and hydro mechanical drives and transmissions.
Axial Turbomachinery Aerodynamics
Richard Hearsey is a consultant on axial turbomachinery aerodynamics (design and performance prediction/analysis) and associated computer programming.
Licensing advanced process models developed at the University of British Columbia; specialising in the areas of pulp and paper, cement, power boilers and petrochemicals.
An online center for Computational Fluid Dynamics. Services include a comprehensive link section, a jobs database and a discussion forum. This is the largest CFD site on the net.
CFD Review is a news/support/information clearinghouse for the CFD community. It is a place where the CFD community can learn about the latest developments in CFD technology, post questions, and generally help each other out.
Computational Fluid Dynamics Literature
Comprehensive list of books on turbulence, heat transfer, grids, numerical methods and other topics.
Density Functional Theory in Hydrodynamics
This theory describes the multicomponent multiphase mixture continuously without density jumps and interfacial surfaces.
Provides information to help users of CFD get the most from their simulation efforts and help prospective users of CFD decide which of the many available approaches is right for them.
Large Eddy Simulation
This site give a description of recent work on large eddy simulation for the computational simulation of turbulent flows.
National Center for Supercomputing Applications
The Computational Fluid Dynamics Group at NCSA focuses on research in the area of direct and large eddy simulations of complex turbulent flows.
The Online Computational Fluid Mixing Book
The purpose of this web page is to provide an online book on Computational Fluid Mixing.
Surface Marker and Micro Cell Method
Complete computer code for and technical papers about this method for the simulation of two-dimensional, incompressible, free-surface fluid flow.
A distributed computer simulation project for two-phase fluid behavior in microgravity and microfluidics problems. Background information, news, and details of how to get involved.
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