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Old   August 9, 2007, 19:57
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Amar
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can somebody suggest any book where I can find exercises to work on in cfd?? so that i can start working on them on my own ??
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Old   August 10, 2007, 00:40
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Hi, If you r a beginner, then its better if u try to write programs to solve exercise problems from the book "Numerical methods"- SS Shastry... Along with that, try to solve exercise problems from "Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics"- Yuan...

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Old   August 10, 2007, 14:03
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If you are interested in a compressible flow, you can test the sod's shock tube problem which has almost exclusively used in the numerical simulation.
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Old   August 11, 2007, 12:04
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Try J.D. Anderson's book "Computational Fluid Dynamics: the basics with applications". Its a very good book for beginners in CFD. He explains the basic physics behind different fluid flows, covers the skills and techniques you need to tackle these problems. There are several very good examples; 1D convergent-divergent nozzle, 2D supersonic flow (Prandtl-Meyer expansion wave), Couette Flow, and the 2D Supersonic Flow over a flat plate. You'll have fun working through these and there is more than enough help and guidance given when solving the problem. You could also try the problems in his book "Fundamentals of Aerodynamics". There is the 2D supersonic flow through a convergent-divergent nozzle and then the blunt body in a 2D supersonic flow.
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Old   August 20, 2007, 14:00
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hey friend, As for sod's shock tube problem u have lot of excercises in the book Computational Gas Dynamics by Culbert. B. Laney. Chapter 17 and 18. The explanations of methods are there in chapters 1-4. This book is better than anderson coz, anderson spoon feeds u at times.. no offence to anderson! I was just suggesting some challenges.. have a good day.

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Old   August 20, 2007, 15:28
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Hi Prapanj,

Thanks for ur advice, u may be right, I'll check this book u've recommended. However, I think anderson's book is a good starting point especially for beginers like me. By the way, does this book do CFD for fluid-structure interraction.

Cheers Nick
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Old   August 24, 2007, 17:39
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hi,

You can use cfd by Hoffmann. this is a 2 volume books. v-1 u will see. if u see this book, u can be master of cfd by 15 days. i am confident , as in this book...solved examples...with result in tabulated and plot.

you, can code the problem and check with the result given in books.

thanks...
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