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M E 573: Computational Fluid Dynamics

  • Catalog Description:
    Course provides an in-depth introduction to the methods and analysis techniques used in computational solutions of fluid mechanics and heat transfer problems. Model problems are used to study the interaction of physical processes and numerical techniques. Contemporary methods for boundary layers, incompressible viscous flows, and inviscid compressible flows are studied. Finite differences and finite volume techniques are emphasized.
  • Credits: 3
  • Prerequisites: ME 363, Comp Sci 310 or 412 or cons inst
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