ASME's EL513 - Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
Online Event, May 12, 2014
This course provides an introduction to the scientific
principles and practical engineering applications of CFD.
Although it provides an overview of some of the fundamental
mathematical equations governing the fluid flow and heat
transfer phenomena, its emphasis is not to teach the theory
behind the technology but to help the participants apply the
knowledge gained into practical use of commercial CFD codes,
particularly ANSYS Fluent.
International Short Course New Theory on Turbulence Generation and Sustenance in Boundary Layers
Course, 411 S. Nedderman Drive, 478 Pickard Hall, Arlington, United States, May 14, 2014
International Short Course
New Theory on Turbulence Generation and Sustenance in
Free Registration until April 1, 2014
University of Texas at Arlington
May 14-16, 2014
Chaoqun Liu, Professor & Director, Center of Numerical
Simulation and Modeling, Department of Mathematics,
University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, USA
ERCOFTAC USA - Hybrid RANS-LES Methods for Industrial CFD, 22-23 May 2014, Washington DC, USA
Course, The George Washington University, Washington DC, United States, May 22, 2014
ERCOFTAC has drawn upon its engineering global network
to provide a Hybrid RANS-LES training course aimed at an
industrial CFD audience and relevant to a wide range of
-An overview of turbulence modelling.
-A firm foundation in the theory and ideas underlying, RANS,
LES and Hybrid RANS-LES techniques.
-Recommendation and guidance for the appropriate and
effective application of Hybrid RANS-LES. Examples from
real-world engineering simulations, using the DES class of
The 11th International Conference for Mesoscopic Methods in Engineering and Science (ICMMES 2014)
Conference, Holiday Inn Midtown 57th Street, New York City, United States, July 14, 2014
The focus of the ICMMES Conference series is on
mesoscopic/kinetic methods for computational mechanics in
its broadest sense and the computational mathematics and
algorithms required for these new methods. The new methods
and algorithms will enable us to carry out challenging
large-scale scientific computations for systems of great
significance in science and engineering. Travel support is
available for some US participants.