University of Calgary

ENME 672 - Computational Fluid Dynamics - Winter 2024

Topics include: finite volume and finite element approximations; overview of turbulence models, including Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS), Large Eddy Simulation (LES), and Variational Multi-Scale (VMS); time-marching schemes; methods to solve system of linear equations (e.g. GMRES, Conjugate Gradient); grid generation and adaptation; and post-processing of the solution using VisIt and ParaView. Also includes an introduction to parallel computing.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


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  • Credit for Mechanical Engineering 672 and and any of 519.04 (Computational Fluid Dynamics), 572 or 619.22 (Computational Fluid Dynamics) will not be allowed.


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