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Master of Engineering Wanting to do further research in CFD with turbulent flows

Posted July 20, 2011 at 23:25 by kedarjan
Updated July 25, 2011 at 23:30 by kedarjan

Hi to everyone.
CFD field is increasing and expanding its reaches in every other field which includes automobiles, aerospace, chemical, infrastructure management etc.
Also many universities provide a full time course to do research in CFD field.
I was introduced to CFD at my masters project.
I did my masters project in CFD which involved CFD analysis for a data center. For this purpose I went into the basics of CFD and learned many new, interesting things. Also the modeling, meshing and solving of the problem involves in depth attention and focus which I found challenging and interesting too.
This is a blog where you can share your experiences how you were introduced to CFD and what are your future plans with respect to CFD?
I am trying to get admission for a PhD course and interested to learn things in turbulent flows and its effects in many different areas.
Feel free to comment feel free to share your views.
Thanks and Regards
kedarjan
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    hello sir.... I am Deepakkumar... i am doing II year M.E. (Thermal)...I want to do my project on performance of IC Engine by using CFD... I have some experimental values... I want validate the results ... Can u help me sir ...
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    Posted August 2, 2011 at 07:54 by rdeepakkumar rdeepakkumar is offline
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    Yes, why not? please let me know where you are stuck up? I can surely be happy to provide info which I have.
    best regards
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    Posted August 2, 2011 at 12:58 by kedarjan kedarjan is offline
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    Thanks for your reply sir....sir I am very new to CFD..this is the time for my project phase I.... so I have planned to study the fluent tutorials and learning the fluent software.. and also studying related journals during this phase...I have some experimental values such as max temperaure , pressure and NOx formation..Apart from inlet and outlet pressure boundary condition, what are the other boudary conditions are required?....and i want to know anotherone... can we assure the 2d is enough to solve the problem...
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    Posted August 3, 2011 at 13:35 by rdeepakkumar rdeepakkumar is offline
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    please elaborate more!
    have you prepared any modeling? which software tools you are using?
    best regards
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    Posted August 10, 2011 at 00:25 by kedarjan kedarjan is offline
 

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