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**An Introduction To Computational Fluid Dynamics**

Published 2/2023

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz

Language: English | Size: 4.23 GB | Duration: 12h 1m

A minimum-pain path to your first CFD Solver

What you'll learn

Understand how to derive, manipulate and simplify the Navier Stokes equations

Discretize the fluid dynamical equations and predict the accuracy, stability and error of numerical schemes

Write, run, expand and validate CFD solvers

Apply lessons learned to a handful of insightful applications like the shock tubes and lid-driven cavities

Requirements

Basic Calculus

Newton's Laws of Motion

Vector Calculus (Optional)

Programming (Optional)

No experience with CFD software assumed

Description

A working knowledge of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is fast becoming a pre-requisite in many domains of engineering. In this course you will learn the fundamentals of this fascinating tool, including - but not limited to - the following concepts and associated applications:- Using the Taylor series to tailor (no pun intended) approximations to derivatives of desired accuracy- Discretizing differential equations and predicting the behavior (stability and accuracy) of these schemes- The advantages and shortcomings of Explicit vs Implicit Methods- Modified PDEs and types of error (Dissipative vs Dispersive)- The intuition behind mathematical ideas like 'Substantial Derivative' and 'Divergence'- Deriving the Navier-Stokes (NS) system of equations from first principles- Manipulating and simplifying the NS equations to find the model suitable for your application- Discretization of the NS equations using methods like MacCormack's scheme with artificial viscosity- Using models of various fidelities (and attached Python code) to solve interesting problems like lid-driven cavities, shock tubes and shock-vortex interactions- Extending the solvers presented to handle variations of canonical problemsAs the title of the course suggests, this is meant to be an (extended) introduction, implying that several concepts have been deliberately (and regrettably) omitted, including, but not limited to:- Transforming the NS equations to non-Cartesian coordinate systems- Reynolds-averaging and turbulence modeling- Large/Detached Eddy Simulations- Grid generation

Overview

Section 1: Base Camp

Lecture 1 Course Overview

Lecture 2 A (Very) Brief History of CFD

Section 2: The Taylor Series Expansion

Lecture 3 Approximating Derivatives with the Taylor Series

Lecture 4 Approximating Derivatives with the Taylor Series

Section 3: Difference Equations

Lecture 5 Difference Equations

Lecture 6 Difference Equations

Lecture 7 Explicit vs Implicit Methods

Lecture 8 Roundoff Error and Von Neumann Stability

Lecture 9 Roundoff Error and Von Neumann Stability

Lecture 10 The Wave Equation

Lecture 11 The Wave Equation

Lecture 12 The Wave Equation

Section 4: The Navier-Stokes Equations

Lecture 13 Divergence

Lecture 14 Divergence

Lecture 15 Substantial Derivative

Lecture 16 Conservation of Mass

Lecture 17 Conservation of Momentum

Lecture 18 Conservation of Momentum

Lecture 19 Conservation of Energy

Lecture 20 Conservation of Energy

Lecture 21 The 'Fidelity Ladder'

Lecture 22 The 'Fidelity Ladder'

Section 5: Applications

Lecture 23 Potential Flow

Lecture 24 Potential Flow

Lecture 25 Potential Flow

Lecture 26 Streamfunction-Vorticity Formulation

Lecture 27 Streamfunction-Vorticity Formulation

Lecture 28 Streamfunction-Vorticity Formulation

Lecture 29 The Compressible Euler Equations

Lecture 30 The Compressible Euler Equations

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